Election Results 2008: Exit Polls, Vote Returns, Electoral College Count (Widgets, Video)

Election Results 2008: Exit Polls, Vote Returns, Electoral College Count (Widgets, Video)

With wins in Ohio and Pennsylvania, Barack Obama has likely won the presidency by a decisive margin, with the potential of carrying almost all the battleground states. He will be the nation's first black chief executive.

Exit polls showed fears about the economy eclipsing all other issues, a development working decisively to the advantage of Democrats up and down the ticket. Polls in the continental U.S. are to close at 11 when the networks will formally call the race.

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HuffPost has gathered widgets and live video feeds to give you a one stop shop for election night. Below you'll find a) poll closing times, b) the latest polls and betting odds, c) several election widgets, and d) live video streams. Keep this page open tonight and you'll be covered.

MSNBC's Election Map

HuffPost Reporters Live Blog The Results


CNN's Electoral Map

Daily Kos Map

Google Map: Follow Presidential, Senate House Races

CBS News Election Widget



CNN Live


***Update 11/4, 6:20 pm***

The head to head exit polls just were sent to the Huffington Post by a Democratic source. These are traditionally unreliable and should be taken with a grain of salt (see: Kerry's winning margins in 2004). For what it's worth, they project a big night for Obama in several of the key swing states.

The states looking good for Obama:

Florida: 52 percent to 44 percent
Iowa: 52 percent to 48 percent
Missouri: 52 percent to 48 percent
North Carolina: 52 percent to 48 percent
New Hampshire: 57 percent to 43 percent
Nevada: 55 percent to 45 percent
Pennsylvania: 57 percent to 42 percent
Ohio: 54 percent to 45 percent
Wisconsin: 58 percent to 42 percent
Indiana: 52 percent to 48 percent
New Mexico: 56 percent to 43 percent
Minnesota: 60 percent to 39 percent
Michigan: 60 percent to 39 percent

The states where McCain is leading in exit polls:

Georgia: 51 percent to 47 percent
West Virginia: 45 percent to 55 percent


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