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Arkansas, West Virginia called for McCain

According to CBS and Fox News, West Virginia and Arkansas are going McCain's way.‚  Alabama and Georgia have also been called for McCain by Fox News. No surprise, McCain headed into tonight with a seven poin...
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Pundit Watch Pt. 2

Over on Fox, they just interviewed Karl Rove, and even in his alternate universe, Obama is going to win. Weekly Standard hack Fred Barnes also continued his assault on early voting. A few days ago, he compla...
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Pundit Watch

Everyone on CNN is covertly saying the election is over, lavishing praise on Obama. Republican Bill Bennett has even been giving him props, but he precedes every comment "This is not over." But he has to s...
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Will McConnell hold on?

The most intrugiuing early results may well be in the Kentucky Senate Race, where Republican Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky, may lose a stunner to Bruce Lunsford. McConnell has a "narrow...
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State-by-State results

Keep informed by checking this post for results from key states as they come in. Updates will come every 10-15 minutes, but big announcements will be updated as soon as they roll in.
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The World is Watching

The world is indeed watching today. Despite the United States recent economic woes, there is no doubt amongst serious observers that the country is still, by far the most powerful nation in the world. The Unit...
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Long lines, long odds

Long lines reported already *Reports of painfully long lines are already coming in. With record turnout expected, long lines are inevitable. But The New York Times is reporting of excessively long lines in Vir...
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Connecticut: Shays not looking good early

New England's lone republican congressman may be in a heap of trouble tonight. Chris Shays, 63, a veteran Fairfield County Republican is facing down the younger James Himes, 42, a feisty Democrat who may rid...
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Voting on the South Shore, Mass.

SHARON, Mass. -- I voted today, and so should you. It was busy in the little town of Sharon, 25 miles south of Boston and 25 miles north of Providence. Everyone in town voted at the high school, adding to th...
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Voting in NYC

NEW YORK -- It took me an hour and fifteen minutes to vote today in New York City. This was in the middle of the day, when most people are at work, and my line was by far the shortest I had seen walking by five...
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Election Day Predictions

Barack Obama will win tonight with at least 53 percent of the popular vote, making him the first Democrat since Jimmy Carter in 1976 to win a majority. Here are all of the polls released yesterday, the last ...
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And here we go!

Thanks for sticking with Blast Magazine for your Election Day 2008 coverage! Here's our gameplan: Sachin Seth will man the news desk. One of our top newsmen, he will be constantly updating you throughout ...
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Election!

The time has come! After almost two years of campaigning and gaffe, Americans finally get to choose the next President of the United States.