Romney wins: Kentucky; Obama wins: Vermont, CNN Projects
.@Krazykavish we're having cold sandwiches. General Tsos sounds much better
Exit Poll for Virginia: all tied up: 49% to 49%
Check out all the results at CNN.com - so far, just two states are settled.
As you follow along tonight, no surprise that Mitt Romney won Kentucky and Barack Obama won Vermont. The 7 pm ET state to watch is Virginia. Exit polls show that it is all tied up: 49% to 49%. And Virginia is not only important to the presidential race, but also control of the Senate. Two former governors: George Allen and Tim Kaine are battling for this open seat.
if romney gets a bump from"reticent republican factor" he wins this thing. exits are close enough. #cnn 2012
CNN projects that Mitt Romney will win Kentucky, while President Obama will win Vermont. #CNNElection
John King breaking down the exit polls in Virginia. They show Obama taking the Northern Virginia suburbs and Richmond, with Romney taking exurbs in Northern Virginia, and central Virginia. The Tidewater region (which includes Norfolk and Virginia Beach) appeared to be a toss-up.
Van Jones and Alex Castellanos weighing in now on CNN about the latest results - we'll find out more soon.
Brian Todd is now the latest to have the "Ballot Cam" live at a polling place in Nashua, New Hampshire. Major lines there, even with polls closing soon.
Senate candidate Shelley Berkley is still sending out email fundraising emails. 69% of the state participated in early voting -- meaning they voted before today. Nevada polls close at 10 pm ET.
FL looks good. Volusia Co. went D by 3,595 votes in 04 & 13,857 votes in 08. Now, D voters up 3300 votes, similar to 2004.
John King is breaking down the state of the Virginia at the "Magic Wall" - it's going to be close there, but polls are closed. The first of CNN's "battleground" states.
Remember early exits often wrong but so far, news from Va not encouraging for Mitt. He needs Va big time -- exit says tied. #CNNElections
At 7:30, polls close in Ohio, North Carolina and West Virginia - we're 13 minutes away. Will we be able to call any of those races? Stay tuned to CNN.
Paul Ryan arrived in Boston - motorcade now rolling to hotel
Romney is ahead by 712 votes right now - and it's 50%-50% - but there are just 5% of the vote in so far.
From our exit poll watchers:
Early exit poll results from the swing state of Virginia show 21% of today's voters identify themselves as white evangelicals or born-again Christians, while 79% say they are not.
Virginia voters' opinion of both presidential candidates is split down the middle. Fifty percent say they have a favorable opinion of President Obama while 49% view him unfavorably. Forty-eight percent say they have a favorable opinion of Mitt Romney while 50% view him unfavorably.
Sixteen percent of today's Virginia voters served in the military while 84% have not served.
Across the state today, 19% of the voters live in the Washington D.C. suburbs while 16 percent live farther out in the northern Virginia exurbs. Twenty-five percent of today's Virginia voters live in the Richmond area or eastern part of the state, 22% live in central or western Virginia and 19% live in the Tidewater region of the state.
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CNN projects Romney wins Indiana; his 1st pick-up of a state Obama won in 2008
Romney wins: Indiana, CNN projects
Indiana exit polls show voters 18-29 show up at 2008 levels. Black vote up from 08. If accurate, good sign nationally 4 O.
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