Presidential Update: No Alarms, No Surprises
Ninety minutes after polls began to close on the east coast, two states have been called in the presidential contest -- neither of which is shocking or particularly revealing.
Some of the big boys (or girls) have closed within the last half hour including Indiana, Virginia, North Carolin and Ohio.
Results in each of these states are just starting to trickle in but watch closely over the next 45 minutes to an hour to see if any of those states tip to Obama. In the order of likelihood for a Democratic takeover we would rank it: Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio and Indiana but all four states are extremely close according to polling conducted in them over the last few days.
If Obama can win two or more of these states, he is in the driver's seat as the map moves westward.
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