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5:00 PM PT (Laura Clawson): We're broadcasting on Daily Kos Radio. Armando, Kagro, Greg Dworkin, and a bunch of other cool people are hanging out over there.

5:00 PM PT: More good news in the exit polling:

obama grabbing a higher share of men (46) in NC than he did in 08 (43)
@7im via TweetDeck

5:02 PM PT: CNN projects: Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island for Obama. Oklahoma for Romney. No surprises.

5:03 PM PT: Updated CNN exit poll in Florida -- Obama 50-49. With 11 percent reporting, it's 50.8 - 48.5 Obama.

New Hampshire exit poll 50-48 Obama.

Pennsylvania exit poll 52-47.

5:06 PM PT: In Senate exit polls, McCaskill 51-44 in Missouri, Dem Sen. Casey 53-46 in Pennsylvania, Warren 52-47 in Massachusetts

5:08 PM PT:
#INSen With 20% reporting (including 87% of St. Joseph Co., Joe Donnelly's home turf), now it's Donnelly (D) up 50-44.
@DKElections via web

And the governor's race in Indiana is now exactly tied, despite the lack of results from heavily Democratic lake counties. That's still on track to being the upset of the night.

5:10 PM PT:
#CTSen Exit poll extrapolates to Chris Murphy (D) 52, McMahon 46.
@DKElections via web

5:12 PM PT (Barbara Morrill): New thread here.

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