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Twittering the OH, IN and NC primaries!

Polls will be closed in Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina within the next 90 minutes. And, yes, we are already getting excited about the results -- with a slew of competitive Senate and House primaries across the trio of states.

We will be offering our thoughts on the results at "The Fix" so, if you don't follow us on Twitter (how dare you!) do it now.

You can also see the last ten (or so) tweets in the space below. After everything's final, we'll be back with a "what happened and why" post so stay tuned!

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    By Chris Cillizza  |  May 4, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
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    I just want to make one comment

    No one in New York is terrorized by the Times Square bomb.

    A few weeks ago, there was a dead body lying on the sidewalk in New York - a videocamera taped 20 people walking OVER the body and no one cared.

    That's what would have happened in Times Square - people wouldn't have cared - they would have just walked over the bodies - maybe kicked them a little.

    In New York, the rats carry knives.... for a reason.


    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 4, 2010 11:41 PM | Report abuse

    At what point will Obama realize his little "drone" attacks are not enough to deter attacks against the United States ???

    How many people have to die???

    How many Americans have to die before Obama and the democrats realize we really have to get tough with those in the Middle East - to convince them never to try to attack us again ????

    Obama's weakness is inviting more attacks here in the US.

    Obama's weakness is actually CAUSING more attacks here in the US - and could lead to more Americans being killed.


    Posted by: 37thand0street | May 4, 2010 10:57 PM | Report abuse

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