This is our live results page. What you'll find here is the up-to-the-minute electoral vote count, which states are being called for whom and by whom, and how the battleground battles are shaking out. So follow along with us here and our official Live Blog—we'll also be giving you the latest updates on poll closings, Senate races, and of course, the very important and fun task of coloring states across the country in blue or red:

Last Updated 12:36 a.m. 

Electoral Votes/ Popular Vote %Total Vote:

Obama    303/  49.3% /  50,039,800
Romney  203/  49.2% /  49,938,616

12:36 a.m.: Obama has snuck ahead in the popular vote.

Senate Races:

Democratic Seats: 19 Seats Won
Republican Seats:  7 Seats Won

Independent: 2 Seats Won

Notes: 

11:19 p.m. Because Joe Biden works as a tie-breaking vote, Democrats have retained control over the Senate. 

10:26 p.m. CBS and NBC have called Tim Kaine the winner in Virginia

10:23 p.m. Fox News is the only network projecting a Tammy Baldwin right now, and as Elspeth Reeve reported, the GOP's Rape-Apologist Caucus had a bad night.

9:42 p.m. NBC is now projecting Elizabeth Warren as the winner of the Massachusetts Senate race. 

9:15 p.m. There was some confusion earlier, apparently there has been no call so far in the Warrren-Brown Senate Race. 

 Pre-Election: 51 Democrats, 2 Independents, 47 Republicans; 33 seats up for re-election

House Races:

Democratic seats:  151 Seats Won
Republican seats:   207 Seats Won

Note: 

Fox and CNN have projected that the GOP will remain in control of the House.

Pre-Election: 241 Republicans, 191 Democrats


12:50 a.m. The AP and CNN have also called Virginia for Obama.

12:10 a.m. NBC has called Colorado for Obama

12:06 a.m. The New York Times has called Virginia for Obama

12:04 p.m. CNN has called Nevada for Obama

11:28 p.m. ABC is now calling the race for Obama as well.

11:13 p.m. NBC is calling Ohio for Obama and this pushes Obama to 274 votes

11:09 p.m. NBC is calling Iowa and Oregon for Obama

11:05 p.m. The Denver Post is projecting an Obama win in Colorado (we'll update when a major network or the AP calls that race).

11:00 p.m. NBC is calling California, Washington and Hawaii for Obama and is calling Idaho for Romney

10:54 p.m. The AP has called North Carolina for Romney

10:48 p.m. CBS and NBC have called Missouri for Romney

10:44 p.m. NBC has called Minnesota for Obama

10:34 p.m. NBC and CBS are giving Arizona to Romney

10:12 p.m. NBC has now given Nebraska (and all of its votes) to Romney. 

10:00 p.m. NBC is giving Utah and Montana to Romney

9:50 p.m. NBC and CBS are giving New Hampshire to Obama

9:27 p.m. Fox and NBC are calling Wisconsin for Obama

9:15 p.m. NBC and Fox are giving Pennsylvania to Obama

9:00 p.m. NBC is giving Michigan, New York, and New Mexico to Obama and Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, Nebraska (at least 4), North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to Romney

8:51 p.m. ABC, CBS, and Fox are calling New Jersey for Obama

8:31 p.m. Fox and NBC are calling Arkansas for Romney

8:01 p.m. CNN is calling Oklahoma for Romney; NBC is calling Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama for Romney

8:00 p.m.  CNN has called DC, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine (3 of its 4 votes), Rhode Island, and Connecticut for Obama.

7:55 p.m. NBC and CNN have called Georgia for Mitt Romney

7:39 p.m. ABC News has South Carolina going for Romney as well. 

7:35 p.m. NBC News has South Carolina going to Romney

7:30 p.m. CNN has West Virginia going to Romney

7:10 p.m. Right now Virginia is too close to call

7:06 p.m.  CNN, ABC, and NBC have called Vermont for President Obama.

7:00 p.m. NBC News has called Indiana and Kentucky for Mitt Romney. 


Polls across the country begin closing at 6 p.m. tonight. And for starters, here's a basic rundown of what's happening tonight (*indicates multiple closing times for a state, both times are listed) 

All Times EDT:

6 p.m. polls close in:
Indiana*
Kentucky*


7 p.m. polls close in:
Florida*
Georgia
Indiana*
Kentucky*

South Carolina
Vermont

Virginia

7:30 p.m. polls close in:
North Carolina
Ohio
West Virginia

8 p.m. polls close in:
Alabama
Connecticut
Delaware

Florida*
Illinois
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts

Michigan
Mississippi
Missouri
New Hampshire
New Jersey
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Dakota*
Tennessee

Texas*

8:30 p.m. polls close in:
Arkansas

9 p.m. polls close in:
Arizona
Colorado
Kansas*
Louisiana
Michigan*
Minnesota
Nebraska
New Mexico
New York

South Dakota*
Texas*
Wisconsin
Wyoming

10 p.m. polls close in:
Idaho*
Iowa
Kansas*
Montana
Nevada
North Dakota*
Oregon*

Utah

11 p.m. polls close in:
California
Hawaii
Idaho*
North Dakota*
Oregon*
Washington

12 a.m. - 1 a.m polls close in:
Alaska

Graphic by: Luis Nunez