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Zachary Roth / msnbc.com:
Machine turns vote for Obama into one for Romney  —  A Pennsylvania electronic voting machine was taken out of service after being captured on video changing a vote for President Obama into one for Mitt Romney, NBC News has confirmed.  Republicans have also said machines have turned Romney votes into Obama ones.
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Max Read / Gawker:
An Expert Weighs in on That Viral Reddit ‘Voter Fraud’ Video  —  When we asked people to share their stories of voting irregularity earlier today, dozens of people shared this video — currently on the Reddit front page with nearly 20,000 up-votes — of a Pennsylvania voting machine seemingly altering a man's vote from Obama to Romney.
Emily Schultheis / Politico:
Exit polls 2012: Voters blame George W. Bush  —  Early exit polls released on Tuesday evening show that about half of voters still blame President George W. Bush more than President Barack Obama for the country's economic problems and most cite the economy as their top issue in the election.
Discussion: Taylor Marsh
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Joe Von Kanel / CNN:
Exit polls: Top issues for voters
Discussion: Reuters, Politico and Sky Dancing
Justin Sink / Ballot Box:
Exit poll show voters lean toward GOP compared to 2008
Discussion: Politico
Emily Friedman / ABCNEWS:
'That's When You Know You're Gonna Win'  —  PITTSBURGH - Mitt Romney's campaign always makes his arrivals in various cities known to the local media, and in turn the public, but never before has a crowd of this size shown up to greet him.  Upon landing here in Pittsburgh …
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CNN:
Romney: I've only written a victory speech  —  (CNN) - Hours before the polls closed Tuesday, GOP nominee Mitt Romney told reporters on his plane that he's so confident in a win he's only prepared a victory speech.  —  “I've only written one speech at this point,” Romney said, adding the text of that address was 1,118 words long.
Sam Adams / Third Base Politics:
Guess what, the ODP is blowing it in Cuyahoga County.  Again.  —  You likely won't remember, but in 2010 this blog reported about the underwhelming turnout in Cuyahoga County and its effect on the Ohio governor's race.  —  Well, it's happening again.  —  Not too long ago …
Discussion: National Review
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Live Blog: The 2012 Presidential Election  —  The probability that President Obama receives a given number of Electoral College votes.  —  Tipping Point States  —  The probability that a state provides the decisive electoral vote.  —  Return on Investment Index
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Nov. 5: Late Poll Gains for Obama Leave Romney With Longer Odds  —  Mitt Romney has always had difficulty drawing a winning Electoral College hand.  Even during his best period of polling, in the week or two after the first presidential debate in Denver, he never quite pulled ahead …
Noah Rothman / Mediaite:
NBC's Chuck Todd: Sources On Both Sides Expect Romney To Win Florida By Under 100k  —  NBC News' Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd examined the state of Florida as returns from the Sunshine State pour in.  He said that experts on both sides have told him that they expect Mitt Romney to win the state, but by a slim margin.
Discussion: Power Line
Fox News:
Judge issuing order to reinstate booted Philadelphia election officials, Republicans say  —  A Pennsylvania judge is issuing an order to reinstate Republican election officials across Philadelphia who allegedly were ejected or refused entry by on-site Democratic voting chief judges, GOP officials tell Fox News.
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John Hinderaker / Power Line:
Are the Democrats Trying to Steal Pennsylvania? [Updated]
Marc Tracy / The New Republic:
Nate Silver Is a One-Man Traffic Machine for the Times  —  “FiveThirtyEight is drawing huge traffic,” New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson told me yesterday.  She added, “What's interesting is a lot of the traffic is coming just for Nate.”  —  There has been plenty of controversy …
detroitnews.com:
Southfield Twp. voter appears to die, then asks ‘Did I vote?’  —  Southfield Township — Sometimes dead men really do get to vote.  —  Ty Houston, 48, a home care registered nurse, was toiling on his absentee ballot Monday afternoon when things got strange at township offices on 13 Mile.
ThinkProgress:
The ThinkProgress Election Night Live Blog … Early Indiana numbers  —  Early Indiana results are showing Richard Mourdock (R) running behind Romney.  The Libertarian candiate is getting over 5% of the vote, potentially swinging the election to Rep. Joe Donnelly (D).  —  6:33 pm
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Nate Cohn / The New Republic:
Electionate's Election Night Live Blog
Michelle Malkin:
A reminder about Obama's Election Day Chicago basketball buddy  —  Alexi Giannoulias was thrilled to join President Obama in Chicago for an Election Day basketball game.  He bragged on Twitter about teaming up with the player-in-chief and Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen.  —  Who's Giannoulias?
Discussion: Politicker and The Gateway Pundit
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Matt Higgins / CBS DC:
Obama: I Have A Concession Speech Ready
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Boca News Now:
Woman Wearing MIT Shirt Banned From Voting In Boca Raton  —  A woman wearing an MIT shirt in Boca Raton was initially denied entrance to a polling place.  —  BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A woman attempting to vote in West Boca Raton this morning was initially prohibited from entering …
Ted Barrett / CNN:
Warren beats Brown for Senate seat in Massachusetts  —  (CNN) - In a key pick-up of a Republican Senate seat, Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren defeated GOP Sen. Scott Brown Tuesday, according to a CNN projection.  With 37 percent of the estimated vote counted, Warren led Brown 52 percent to 48 percent.
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BuzzFeed:
Why Elizabeth Warren Won
John Heilemann / New York Magazine:
After an Emotional Finale, Team Obama Fears a Split Decision  —  The final day of Barack Obama's career as a campaigner began around 10 a.m. Monday in Madison, Wisconsin, where Bruce Springsteen spoke for all of us when he remarked that it was hard to get fired up so early in the morning.
Kevin Robillard / Reuters:
Dan Rather's gut: ‘Good day’ for Mitt  —  Longtime television journalist Dan Rather said on Tuesday that reporters shouldn't predict elections based on their gut — but added that his tells him Mitt Romney will have a good day.  —  “Something in my gut tells me that it's going to be a good day for Romney …
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
New Jersey extends email voting to Friday  —  The election will last until Friday — at least for some voters in New Jersey.  —  State officials announced Tuesday afternoon that they will continue to accept email and fax ballots through Friday night, after election supervisors there reported …
Discussion: News Desk and Mediaite
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Rebecca J. Rosen / The Atlantic Online:
New Jersey's Vote-by-Email Meltdown
Discussion: Bloomberg, Wired and Politico
Michael Van Sickler / Tampa Bay Times:
Hundreds of Pinellas voters get robocall from supervisor of elections saying Election Day is Wednesday  —  ST. PETERSBURG — An hour after polls opened Tuesday morning, the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Office mistakenly placed hundreds — possibly thousands …
Sasha Belenky / The Huffington Post:
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The Atlantic Wire:
Liveblog: Presidential Election Night  —  After two years of stump speeches, gaffes, attack ads, and discretionary spending graphs, the presidential election is finally here.  The Atlantic Wire will be liveblogging election night.  Watch this space for news, plus photos and GIFs of President …
Josh Rogin / Foreign Policy:
Foreign election officials amazed by trust-based U.S. voting system  —  For the head of Libya's national election commission, the method by which Americans vote is startling in that it depends so much on trust and the good faith of election officials and voters alike.
Laurie Ure / CNN:
The Kennedys are back in Congress  —  (CNN) - After a two-year absence, the famed Kennedy family once again has an elected representative in national politics.  —  Joe Kennedy III will serve Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District, having handily defeated GOP opponent Sean Bielat, according to a CNN projection.
Discussion: Michelle Malkin and The Greenroom
Fox News:
New Black Panthers back at Philly voting site  —  Jerry Jackson was back at the same North Philadelphia polling site where he was accused in 2008 of voter intimidation.  —  A member of the New Black Panther Party who was charged with voter intimidation in the 2008 election for standing outside …
David Catanese / Politico:
Dems notch early Senate wins  —  The topsy-turvy battle for the Senate — marked by early GOP exuberance about a Republican takeover and later by resignation that the party would come up short yet again — drew to a close as voters went to the polls to decide cliffhanger elections in states from Massachusetts to Montana.
Discussion: CNN
Cameron Joseph / Ballot Box:
Casey wins Senate reelection in Pennsylvania  —  Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D-Pa.) has won reelection over businessman Tom Smith (R).  —  Casey leads Smith by 51 to 46 percent with 3 percent of precincts reporting.  Multiple networks have called the race.  —  The centrist senator had been favored …
Discussion: CNN
Sean Trende / Real Clear Politics:
2012: A Close Race, With a High Degree of Uncertainty  —  Though it's always tempting to draw historical analogies between elections, each contest is invariably unique.  This year is no exception.  We have an incumbent president — who also happens to be the nation's first African-American …
Chris Geidner / BuzzFeed:
Top Ohio Democrat Warns On Cincinnati Balloting  —  “People are being pushed to provisional ballots unnecessarily when they should be able to vote a regular ballot,” Sen. Eric Kearney says.  “We've not heard of any issues,” says the Secretary of State's office.  —  Via: ohiosenate.gov
 
 
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Alexandra Jaffe / Ballot Box:
Sen. Nelson wins reelection in Florida
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Eli Stokols / KDVR.com:
Obama to FOX31: “Two speeches” prepared for Election Night
Discussion: Politico and The Daily Caller
Amanda Becker / Roll Call:
‘Massive Confusion’ in Pennsylvania, New Jersey a ‘Hot Bed’ of Problems
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Reuters:
Exclusive: China leaders consider internal democratic reform
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Social Media and Voting
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Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
Why the ‘I Voted’ Sticker Matters
Rebecca Berg / BuzzFeed:
Why Missouri Democrats Are Still Nervous
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Elizabeth Hartfield / ABCNEWS:
Early Voting Battleground Tallies
Discussion: ABCNEWS and PoliPundit.com
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