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« on: April 25, 2011, 09:24:48 pm »
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Election Night 2012 Full Timeline:

After a contentious primary season Donald Trump won the nomination for the Republican Party and in a surprising move he selected Mitt Romney as his running mate. With unemployment at 7.2%, Trump and the President were effectively tied: 48%-48%

7:00

Good evening, the polls have closed in six states and boy do we have predictions to make: The state of Kentucky is going for Donald Trump, as well as South Carolina and Georgia. As for Pres. Obama we can project Vermont.

R: 33
D:  3

7:30

More states' polls have closed and we can project that West Virginia will go for Donald Trump. We are also going to project that Indiana is going for Donald Trump; this being the first Obama 08 state to flip to the Republicans tonight.


R: 49
D:  3

8:00

We are back at the top of the hour now and we have many for states to project, and the first of those are: Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts, Illinois, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Washington, DC are going for the President.

As for Donald Trump we can project: Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee.


R: 92
D: 92

Both candidates are tied up at this hour, certainly making for an interesting election night still to come.

8:35

We just projected Arkansas for Donald Trump, and now we are projecting the state the Granite State for him as well. New Hampshire goes for Trump.

R: 102
D:  92

8:49

The AP is calling the state of North Carolina for Donald Trump and we can confirm that as well. Donald Trump will carry North Carolina and it's fifteen electoral votes.

9:00

We have more states to project and we can call: Louisiana, Kansas, Texas, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wyoming for Donald Trump. For the President: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, and New Mexico.


R: 180
D: 140

9:20

New York will go for Pres. Obama. Donald Trump tried to play it, but it goes for Pres. Obama tonight.

R: 180
D: 169

9:30

We're back and we are returning to the east coast and we can project Virginia for Pres. Obama. With that Pres. Obama has overtaken Donald Trump for the first time tonight in the electoral count.

D: 182
R: 180

9:40

In the states of Arizona and Colorado, we can project that Donald Trump will carry them. Colorado is another state that Obama carried in 2008, that is now going back into the Republican column.

10:00

Four states polls have closed and we projecting Utah and Nevada for Donald Trump. Nevada is certainly a surprise; going this early and clearly reflect the mood of the electorate. However, in Iowa it is still too close to call.

48%-47%

R: 212
D: 182

10:10

Breaking news in the state of Florida, we can project Donald Trump will carry it by a narrow margin of: 49%-48%. This has to great news for the Trump campaign, he said he would carry the state, he spent a lot of time and money in the state and he has carried it.


10:30

In the state of Ohio, Donald Trump holds razor thin lead over Pres. Obama, but it is still too close to call: 48.94%-48.70%

10:39

Breaking news! We can project that Donald Trump will carry the state of Ohio, repeat: Donald Trump will carry the state of Ohio!

R: 259
D: 182

11:00

We're back and more states' polls have closed and we can project: California, Washington, Oregon and Hawaii for Pres. Obama. Idaho, Montana and North Dakota are going for Donald Trump.


R: 269
D: 260

Donald Trump now stands at 269 electoral votes with Pres. Obama at 260. The state of Iowa remains in the undecided column.
 
11:30

We can project the state of Iowa will go for Pres. Obama. 48.9%-48.4%

R: 269
D: 266

We are now getting word from the Obama campaign that a speech is forthcoming. Donald Trump holds 269 electoral votes to the President's 266. No candidate has declared victory or concession, but a speech is coming from the Obama campaign.

12:00

Based on previous polling and exiting polling, Pres. Obama has formally conceded the election to Donald Trump, despite him not achieving the needed 270 electoral votes in order to become President. However it is widely expected that Donald Trump will carry Alaska.

1:00

Donald Trump has carried Alaska and has finally reached the needed delegates in order to win the Presidency.


R: 272
D: 266

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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2011, 08:20:24 pm »
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What was closest states?
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Ohio/Iowa

OH: 49.2%-49.0%
IA:  49.0%-48.7%
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