With NH going to Obama, that counts out the possibility of a tie.
NH now gone. This is looking like a long frigging night. Live free or die indeed.
Jesse Jackson Jr. Wins Reelection From Mayo Clinic
Jesse Jackson Jr. won re-election to Illinois' 2nd Congressional district by a landslide Tuesday night, beating his two opponents, Marcus Lewis and Brian Woodwoorth.
As of 8:30 p.m., Jackson had captured 71 percent of the vote with 52 percent of precincts reporting.
Jackson is not celebrating his victory in a swanky Chicago hotel room, or back stage at McCormick place with President Barack Obama watching the returns come in on the national race. He's reportedly spending the night at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.......
Fox News ought to give it up. They're talking like they're desperate and they are. Obama is going to win this handily. Congrats Amerika. Welcome to the 3rd world. If the GOP can't beat a president who's added $6 trillion to the deficit, gas prices near $2 higher than they were when he took office, an unemployment rate at 8% during his entire term, 90K less people working since he took office and over 23 million unemployed, there is no hope for this country. This is a dark day in our history.
Quite a nailbiter tonight. I'm down one thumbnail so far.
The good news is that most of the amendments to the Florida constitution have failed. They should have all failed.
Romney Campaign Readies ‘Go Teams’ For Potential Swing State Recounts
Romney campaign officials have instructed members of their staff from the political and advance teams as well as other departments to “pack a bag” and bring it with them to tonight’s election night event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
The campaign already has both volunteer and staff lawyers camped out in all of the swing states.
Team Romney has also set up a “war room” at the TD Garden in Boston where a team of the campaign’s top legal officials, including Benjamin Ginsberg who played a lead role for George W. Bush’s campaign during the 2000 Florida recount, are monitoring potential problems at polling locations.
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