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Did you vote today?
As the day draws to a close, we're just a few hours away from finding out the results of the 2012 Presidential Election.
Will Barack Obama have another four years in office or will Republican candidate Mitt Romney get his seat in the Oval Office?
We'll keep you updated on this very close race below (all times are EST):
10:45PM - Minnesota (10 votes) goes to Obama
10:35PM - NBC News declares Romney the winner in Arizona (11 votes)
10:11PM - Fox News says Obama wins New Hampshire’s 4 votes.
10:09PM - Romney carries Missouri (10 votes)
10:01PM - Romney picks up Utah and Montana
9:35PM - Obama projected to take Pennsylvania (20 votes)
9:03PM - Obama projected to take:
Michigan - 16 votes
New York - 29 votes
9:02PM - Romney projected to take:
Kansas - 6 votes
Louisiana - 8 votes
Nebraska - 5 votes
North Dakota - 3 votes
South Dakota - 3 votes
Texas - 38 votes
Wyoming - 3 votes
Missouri - 6 votes
8:43PM - Obama takes 51% lead in Florida. 59% of vote is in.
8:31PM - President Obama predicted to take NJ (14 votes)
8:10PM - Mitt Romney projected to take Alabama (9 votes), Georgia (16 votes), Tennessee (11 votes)
8:02PM - Mitt Romney projected to take Oklahoma (7 votes)
8:01PM - President Obama projected to take:
Rhode Island - 4 votes
Maine - 4 votes
Connecticut - 7 votes
Delaware - 3 votes
D.C. - 3 votes
Illinois - 20 votes
Maryland - 10 votes
Massachusetts - 11 votes
7:41PM - CNN projects Mitt Romney will take South Carolina (9 electoral votes)
7:37PM - Electoral Vote stands projected at Romney 24, Obama 3
7:29PM - CNN projects Mitt Romney will take West Virginia (5 electoral votes)
7:23PM - Mitt Romney takes Indiana (11 electoral votes)