Long lines have been reported at voting places in Florida Tuesday, but in at least one county everyone who waits will be able to cast a ballot.
Evelyn Perez-Verdia, a spokesperson with the Broward County Supervisor of Elections tells CNN that "the people who are in line will vote. No one is being turned away.” That county includes Fort Lauderdale.
Our exit poll info about the economy:
More voters in the swing states of Florida, New Hampshire, Ohio and Virginia blame George W. Bush than Barack Obama for the state of the U.S. economy.
According to early exit polls in Florida, 53% of today's voters say Bush is more to blame for the country's current economic problems while 41% say Obama.
In New Hampshire, exit polls show 54% blame Bush while 41% blame Obama.
There's less of a gap in Ohio and Virginia. In both states, 50% of today's voters say Bush is more to blame for the country's current economic problems. In Ohio, 41% say Obama is more to blame and in Virginia 45% say Obama.
CNN's John King is digging into the results in Florida and Virginia at the magic wall right now. Checking the progress in battleground states...
With 56% of precincts reporting in Florida, Obama stands at 51% and Obama at 48% among 4.3 million ballots.
With 13% of precincts reporting in Ohio, Obama stands at 58% and Romney at 41% among slightly more than 500,000 ballots.
With 3% of precincts reporting in New Hampshire, Obama stands at 65% and Romney at 34% among approximately 23,000 ballots.
With 16% of precincts reporting in Virginia, Romney stands at 57% and Obama at 42% among nearly 600,000 ballots.
CNN's Rachel Streitfeld reports that Romney is joined in his hotel suite by all five of his sons -- Tagg, Matt, Josh, Ben, and Craig -- and 16 of the GOP presidential candidate's 18 grandchildren.
Afscme tells me union voters in Ohio voted 70% Obama, up 5 percentage ponts from '08. #cnnelection
TRIVIA: Which two presidents are tied for carrying the most states - 49 - in an electoral vote?
CNN about to change the electoral count on the @EmpireStateBldg Watch now.
VA exits show D+4. Was D+6 in 08; R+4 in 04. Also shows big drop in 18-29 yr olds from 21% in 08 to 16% now. Doesn't add up.
We'll know soon if exits match results, but right now they seem to be oversampling Ds.
If exits do match results, it means O campaign got D voters to the polls and matched/came close to 04 numbers.
Brianna Keilar is in Chicago at Obama HQ, and she's live now on CNN.
Mitt Romney wins: Ark, Tenn, CNN projects
CNN projects Romney wins AR and TN
CNN's John King is looking a projections in battleground Virginia at the magic wall, says Romney is performing better than Sen. McCain did in the state in 2008.
David Plouffe, a top adviser to Obama, says in a television interview that the close margins in several battleground states are to be expected. "We're not going to win battlegrounds by six, seven, eight points this year," he said.
In the total popular vote, Romney is ahead 52%-47% right now. But we're only 5% of the way into the night so far.
John King is breaking down Florida. Showing county by county where the votes are coming in and for who. Watch live on CNN now.
With NC and Va trending toward R, Fla becomes all important. O up slightly w/ 60% in but waiting for Panhandle. #CNNElections
Pat McCrory wins governor's race in North Carolina. First time in 20 years there won't be a Democrat gov in Raleigh
CNN projects Sen. Menendez (D) holds #NJsen; McCrory (R) wins #NCgov, a GOP pick-up
My Lake County, Ohio numbers applied to early voting, not actual results. Rom did better in early voting than xpected.
With just 1% counted so far, Scott Brown is up by slightly more than 100 votes in the Massachusetts Senate race.
CNN now projects that Mitt Romney will win the states of Arkansas and Tennessee. #CNNelection