We're closing down the live blog. We'll be bringing all the relevant election results tomorrow, ahem, later today, - school levies, state board of ed, state legislature.
Obama projected to win NV
Incumbent house GOPers appear to have lost: Craig Newbold in HD5 to challenger Nick Barborak 50.44% to 49.56% and Rep. Casey Kozlowski has lost to John Patterson 52.78% to 47.22%.
NBC calls Ohio for Obama. President Obama will be reelected to a second term.
IA called for Obama. Romney now has to run the table to win.
CO, CA, WA, HI called for Obama.
NC, ID, Called for Romney
Too early to call in OR
Sadly, it looks like teachers Donna O'Connor (HD21) and Maureen Reedy (HD24) are going to narrowly lose
MO called for Romney
MN called for Obama
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown trails Sharon Kennedy 43%-57% of the vote, with 54% reporting
As expected, Mitt Romney wins AZ.
Teachers Tanyce Addison (SD26) and Teresa Scarmack (SD-20) are both trailing 40-60, with few precincts left to report.
Ohio state Issues 1 & 2 both going down b y 69% and 64% respectively with 51% of precincts reporting.
As of this time, in the race for the Ohio State Board of Education...
QB Stanley Jackson looks destined for defeat trailing 35-65
Districts 5 & 6 are close
Sarah Fowler, a 23 year old home schooler is going to win in District 7
Pro public education candidates Stephanie Dodd and Mary Rose Oakar are headed to victory
Tood Book, sadly looks destined for defeat.
Another swing state, NH, is called for Obama.
AP Calls Sherrod Brown reelected as Senator from Ohio
First swing state, WI called for Obama
PA called for Obama
Education related, voters in South Dakota so far want to keep teacher tenure. 70 against repealing it, 29% for.
All as expected...
NM, NY, MI are called for Obama.
TX, LA, KS, NE, ND, SD, WY, are called for Romney
AZ, MN, PA too early to call
Teacher Donna O'Connor: 11,558, Duffey (Incumbent) 10,776 in early/absentee voting
Teacher Maureen L. Reedy: 12,082, Stephanie Kunze: 10,535 in early/absentee voting
According to early vote totals Issue 2 is doing very badly. 57 of 88 counties have voted against measure.
DC, DE, RI, ME, CT, MD, MA and IL are called for Obama.
MS, TN, AL, OK are called for Romney
Still too early to call in PA, NJ, MO, OH, NC, VA, FL
Folks are still in line to vote in a number of locations around Ohio, including OSU
SC called for Romney as expected.
As expected so far. CNN calls WV, IN, KY, for Romney. VT for Obama.
A CNN exit poll has Obama 51, Romney 48 in Ohio. Exit poll in NC was 49-49 which was supposed to be Romney +4%
The polls in Ohio are closed, and is being categorized as "too close to call" by NBC.
Here's the times for poll closings:
7:00 pm: GA, IN, KY, SC, VT, VA
7:30 pm: NC, OH, WV
8:00 pm: AL, CT, DE, DC, FL, IL, ME, MD, MA, MS, MO, NH, NJ, OK, PA, RI, TN
8:30 pm: AR
9:00 pm: AZ, CO, KS, LA, MI, MN, NE, NM, NY, ND, SD, TX, WI, WY
10:00 pm: IA, MT, NV, UT
11:00 pm: CA, HI, ID, OR, WA
1:00 am: AK
An AFL poll of Ohio union members has found that SB5 has had a significant effect on union members
Ohio union members are energized and overwhelmingly supporting President Obama and Senator Brown for reelection.
By a 41-point margin, Ohio union members are voting for President Obama (70%) over Mitt Romney (29%) in the presidential race. The early vote among Ohio union members tilts even more heavily in President Obama’s favor (79% to 21%).
Obama’s support among Ohio union members has increased by five percentage points since 2008. Our Election Night and post-election polling in 2008 showed Obama winning 65% of the Ohio union vote, so even accounting for each poll’s margin of error, Obama currently is performing at least as well among Ohio members, if not better, than he did in 2008.
Senator Sherrod Brown also is in a strong position to win Ohio thanks to strong support among the state’s union members, among whom he leads Josh Mandel by 70% to 29%.
According to an NEA poll, 8 out of 10 people had education as a top priority.
The NYT has an interactive tool that will show you who needs what states to win.
Official live results can be seen at the Secretary of States website, here.