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Posted Nov 6, '12 at 8:12pm

Gantic

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The following websites have live election coverage of the 2012 US Presidential Election. I've most likely missed some sources, but you're free to pick your poison. Results may vary between sources. I did not include ABC News (the US one) because either I can't find the page or the page I find is just really bad compared to the other alternatives.

USA
CBS
CNN
Fox News
MSNBC
NPR
Politico
Bing
Google
Yahoo!

UK
BBC
The Telegraph

AUS
ABC

CAN
CBC

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 9:08pm

Gantic

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Huffington Post
Because apparently it's more than just for comedy and entertainment.

Fox News and Huffington Post are the most detailed and comprehensive I've seen, but Fox News is apparently missing an electoral vote for Obama in its tally.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 9:30pm

Ernie15

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I've been watching the Huffington Post. Florida is ridiculously close. Those 29 electoral votes will be crucial to whoever wins them in the end.

Not sure where Google is getting there results, but they seem to be a little behind in the tally as well.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 10:03pm

Gantic

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Google, Bing, and Politico look like they're all pulling from the same source.

Obama is pulling away from Romney in Florida, but the HuffPo numbers are still pretty close.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 10:16pm

BRAAINZz

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Results may vary between sources. I did not include ABC News (the US one) because either I can't find the page or the page I find is just really bad compared to the other alternatives.

It is unreliable, it's a Youtube LiveStream, and about 50 Electorates behind the rest. I was watching it. It wasn't good at all. I'm torn between Romney and Obama, I know Obama is better, but I want Romney to win because I just want to watch the world burn.

This is close, love it.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 10:33pm

Ernie15

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Looks like Obama has Florida in the bag at this point. Romney had a slight lead for a while but it doesn't look like that's going to happen again in Florida.

Although it does appear that Romney's popular vote lead is slowly increasing, once the California polls close, the electoral vote and therefore the election should belong to Mr Obama.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 10:36pm

SSTG

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Although it does appear that Romney's popular vote lead is slowly increasing, once the California polls close, the electoral vote and therefore the election should belong to Mr Obama.

Well that's due to the malicious ads made by the rich anti Americans  parasites.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 11:03pm

Ernie15

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Obama's lead in Florida has dropped from 0.6% to 0.2%. It doesn't look like the deficit will shrink any more, but it's unbelievable how close it's been.

Polls have just closed in Washington and California. Obama is up to 244 with Romney trailing at 193. He's still behind in the popular vote by 2.5%, which is really going to outrage Republicans if he wins the popular vote but not the election.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 11:21pm

SSTG

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CNN thinks that Obama will get another 4 year!
I hope they're right! That will be a blow to those rich parasites who wasted millions in false ads, all for nothing.
That will send a clear message that Americans have enough of all this corruption.

 

Posted Nov 6, '12 at 11:22pm

GhostOfMatrix

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Obama has 275 and Romney 203.