If you're watching CNN, you'll see Gary Tuchman in Virginia with the first of the Ballot Cam reports.
Erin Burnett is in Columbus, Ohio (or "ground zero" as she calls it). It could all come dodwn to Ohio, Ohio, Ohio...
Exit polls show that 37% of voters in Ohio think that economic conditions in the United States are getting better, while 33% say they’re getting worse. Twenty nine percent say conditions are staying the same.
When asked about their opinion of the Obama administration, 27% say they are dissatisfied and 23% say they are angry. On the other hand, 24% hold an enthusiastic view and 24% feel satisfied.
If you've missed @TomForemanCNN in the virtual senate, he's walking you through it now, live on #CNNElection. He'll be there all night.
Ohio Sec of State tells me he thinks OH will have a winner tonight. No drawn out count. @jonhusted @ohiososhusted #cnnelection
BREAKING: Economy top issue among those who voted today, according to exit polls. #CNNElection
since elections standardized in 1845, six elections on nov. 6. gop has won all six. #cnn2012
If you're watching CNN, you'll see Romney has a big lead in Kentucky and Indiana, but it's very early and polls haven't even closed in the entire states.
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Turn on CNN in a second to hear what Neil Newhouse's final Ohio tracking number was
From CNN News Editor Carma Hassan: Dolton, Illinois.— 21 years old and pregnant with her first child, Galicia Malone was so excited to vote for the first time in a presidential election that she went to the polls even after her water broke.
"If only all voters showed such determination to vote," Cook County Clerk David Orr said in a news release. "My hat goes off to Galicia for not letting anything get in the way of voting. What a terrific example she is showing for the next generation, especially her new son or daughter."
The Cook County Clerk’s office said Malone’s contractions were five minutes apart and she voted at 8:30 a.m. CST at the New Life Celebration Church in Dolton.
Some info on early exit polls from Florida:
67% of today's voters are White, 16% are Hispanic, 13% are Black and 1% are Asian.
Forty-nine percent of today's Florida voters say President Obama would better handle Medicare while 47% say Romney.
Twenty percent of Florida's voters --one in five-- waited until late in the campaign to decide which presidential candidate to support, while 78% say they made up their minds before October 20th.
Candy Crowley is at Romney HQ with Peter Hamby: he says Romney internals show Obama winning Ohio by 5 points. [just corrected]
It seems you're looking at the Massachusetts race between Brown and Warren the most.
The first states with final poll closings is coming in eight minutes - will we see any races called? Watch CNN to find out.
Going to ask our first TRIVIA question, and we'll start with an easy one (answer in the comments): Which state has the most electoral votes?
6:58pm ET: #StandbyForCNNProjection
Virginia polls close at 7:00 p.m. E.T. The state swung for then-Illinois Sen. Obama in 2008 -- 52.63% to Sen. McCain's 46.33%. The state is considered a toss up this time around with 13 electoral votes.
CNN projects Romney wins KY, Obama wins VT; Sanders wins #VTsen; Shumlin wins #VTgov; Welch #VThouse