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Barack Obama re-elected president after Ohio win pushes him over the top

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Here's a look at our real-time election updates throughout Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning:

3:10 a.m.:
Volusia County in Florida has gone to Gov. Mitt Romney. Still waiting for the the state of Florida to be called in the 2012 election.

3:03 a.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: President Barack Obama, 303; Gov. Romney, 206.

2:25 a.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: President Obama, 297; Gov. Romney, 206.

2:21 a.m.:
NBC News has reported that Virginia has gone to President Obama.

2:16 a.m.:
NBC News has reported that Alaska has gone to Gov. Romney.

12:56 a.m.:
Gov. Romney tells supporters he has called President Obama to congratulate him. Of running mate Paul Ryan, Romney said "Besides my wife Ann, he is the best choice I've ever made."

12:34 a.m.:
The Associated Press is reporting that President Obama has won Nevada.

12:16 a.m.:
Electoral vote total update from NBC News: President Obama, 284; Gov. Romney, 203.

12:10 a.m.:
NBC News calls Colorado for President Obama.

11:32 p.m.:
ABC News, CNN also reporting that President Obama has won reelection.

11:14 p.m.:
NBC News has projected that President Obama has won reelection. NBC called Ohio for President Obama, which gives him 274 electoral votes to Gov. Romney's 203.

11:11 p.m.:
NBC News has called Iowa for President Obama. Electoral votes now stand at 249 votes for President Obama and 203 votes for Gov. Romney.

11:07 p.m.:
NBC News is reporting that Gov. Romney has won Idaho. Electoral votes stand at 243 for President Obama and 203 for Gov. Romney.

11:03 p.m.:
ABC News is reporting that President Obama has won California, Washington and Hawaii.

10:56 p.m.:
The Associated Press is reporting that Gov. Romney has won North Carolina.

10:49 p.m.:
NBC News has declared that Gov. Romney has won Missouri. Electoral vote count is now Gov. Romney, 184 votes; President Obama, 172.

10:44 p.m.:
NBC News declares President Obama as the winner of Minnesota. Electoral vote count is now Gov. Romney, 174; President Obama, 172.

10:35 p.m.:
NBC News has declared Gov. Romney the winner of Arizona. Electoral vote count now stands at Gov. Romney, 174; President Obama, 162.

10:28 p.m.:
Popular vote update from NBC News: Gov. Romney, 51 percent; President Obama, 48 percent.

10:27 p.m.:
The Associated Press is reporting that Rob Bradley has won Florida State Senate District 7.

10:15 p.m.:
The Associated Press is reporting that John Thrasher has won Florida State Senate District 6.

10:12 p.m.:
The Associated Press is reporting that Aaron Bean has won Florida State Senate District 4.

10:09 p.m.:
The Associated Press and NBC News are reporting that Ron DeSantis has won Florida's U.S. House District 6.

10:02 p.m.:
NBC News declares Utah and Montana for Gov. Romney. The electoral votes are 163 for Gov. Romney and 162 for President Obama.

9:59 p.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: President Obama, 162 votes; Gov. Romney, 153 votes.

9:51 p.m.:
NBC News has called New Hampshire for President Obama.

9:33 p.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: President Obama, 158 votes; Gov. Romney, 153 votes.

9:31 p.m.:
President Obama is projected to win Wisconsin, NBC News is reporting.

9:27 p.m.:
President Obama won Alachua County while Gov. Romney won the following Florida counties: Walton, Union, Citrus, Liberty, Lake, Lafayette, Taylor, Columbia, DeSoto, Hendry, Calhoun, Clay, Bradford, Nassau, Franklin, Gilchrest, Gulf, Hardee and Highlands.

9:26 p.m.:
In Duval County, Gov. Romney has 51 percent of the vote and President Obama has 47 percent with 183 out of 197 precincts reporting.

9:22 p.m.:
Popular vote update from NBC News: Gov. Romney, 50 percent; President Obama, 48 percent.

9:18 p.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: Gov. Romney, 153 votes; President Obama, 148 votes.

9:17 p.m.: President Obama has won Pennsylvania, NBC News has projected.

9:15 p.m.:
Republicans will retain control of the U.S. House of Representatives, ABC News reports.

9:12 p.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: Gov. Romney has 153 votes, President Obama has 128 votes.

9:09 p.m.:
NBC News has called Maine, New York, Michigan and New Mexico for President Obama. They have also called Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi for Gov. Romney.

9:07 p.m.:
Colorado is too close to call; Arizona and Wisconsin too early to call, NBC News reports.

8:56 p.m.:
NBC News and the Associated Press report Florida Congressman John Mica (R) has won U.S. House District 7.

8:51 p.m.:
Electoral votes update from NBC News: Gov. Romney, 88 votes; President Obama, 64 votes.

8:46 p.m.:
NBC News reports Ohio is too close to call.

8:40 p.m.:
Electoral vote update from ABC News: President Obama, 78 votes; Gov. Romney, 76 votes.

8:39 p.m.:
ABC News reports: President Obama is the projected winner of New Jersey; Gov. Romney is the projected winner of Alabama, Tennessee.

8:37 p.m.:
Gov. Romney is the projected winner of Arkansas, NBC News reports.

8:22 p.m.: 
NBC News has declared Florida, New Hampshire too close to call; Pennsylvania is too early to call.

8:17 p.m.:
Electoral vote update from NBC News: 82 votes for Gov. Romney, 64 votes for President Obama.

8:12 p.m.:
With 149 out of 197 precincts reporting in Duval County, Gov. Romney has 51 percent of the vote, while President Obama has 48 percent of the vote.

8:09 p.m.:
The Associated Press has reported winners of the following Congressional races: Ted Yoho (R), U.S. House District 3; Corrine Brown (D), U.S. House District 5.

8:08 p.m.:
USA Today is projecting that President Obama has won Connecticut.

8:04 p.m.:
NBC News reports that U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) has won another term.

8:02 p.m.:
President Obama will win Massachusetts, Illinois, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware, District of Columbia; Gov. Romney will win Oklahoma, ABC News projects.

7:57 p.m.:
NBC News has called Georgia for Gov. Romney.

7:53 p.m.:
With all the states that have been called so far, the electoral votes are as follows: Gov. Romney, 33; President Obama, 3.

7:51 p.m.:
The Associated Press has declared Ander Crenshaw (R) the winner of Florida's 4th District in the U.S. House.

7:37 p.m.:
Gov. Romney is the projected winner of South Carolina, NBC News reports.

7:31 p.m.:
Gov. Romney will win West Virginia, ABC News reports.

7:24 p.m.:
According to NBC News, Gov. Romney has 52 percent of the popular vote and President Obama has 47 percent.

7:10 p.m.:
ABC News projects Gov. Romney will win Indiana, Kentucky; President Obama will win Vermont.

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