This is it.

This will be the first Open Thread.

I’ll be updating it as the night goes on and creating new threads.

Kentucky and Indiana are up right now. Low percentages right now

Vermont called for Obama.

Kentucky called for McCain.

Indiana…a state that hasn’t gone to a Democrat since Lyndon Johnson in 1964…..IS TOO CLOSE TO CALL.

From fivethirtyeight.com about Indiana:

Indiana…
Just looking at some of the places where we have results in so far. Obama is substantially outperforming Kerry — which is what he needs to do to win the state, of course, but the differences are pretty substantial.

Steuben: Kerry 34%, Obama 42%
DeKalb: Kerry 31%, Obama 38%
Knox: Kerry 36%, Obama 54%
Marshall: Kerry 31%, Obama 50%

Late deciders broke to Obama in North Carolina.

 

South Carolina and West Virginia for McCain.

 

MSNBC CALLS PENNSYLVANIA FOR OBAMA

MISSOURI- TOO CLOSE TO CALL

 - Pennsylvania(21) and New Hampshire(4) called for Obama(103?)..
 Tennessee(11) and Oklahoma(7) for McCain(39)
 - Mass.(12), Illinois(21), Conn.(7), New Jersey(15), Maine(4), Maryland(10), Delaware(3), DC(3) called for Obama(77)

Obama Doing Much Better Among N. Carolina Whites Than Kerry Hotlist

Tue Nov 04, 2008 at 05:14:33 PM PST

In 2004, John Kerry won 27% of white voters in North Carolina.

In 2008, Barack Obama is winning 37%.

McCain wins Alabama

They say McCain wins Georgia

Arkansas- McCain

From MarcAmbinder:

04 Nov 2008 09:04 pm

Watching Virginia…

Obama’s good well in the historic Hampton Roads region…good in the Richmond suburbs…he’s outperforming John Kerry…. winning or tied (depending on the vote count) in Henrico County, which President Bush won by 8 points and Chesterfield Co., which Bush won by 26 points.

 OHIO OHIO OHIO- OBAMA

New Mexico – OBAMA

 IOWA – OBAMA – a flip

UTAH – McCain

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