D. Gergen says exits have Obama up by 3.
Here's a surprise. Cillizza reports that party ID in exits is D 38, R 31 and I 31. Does this count early voting returns? I don't know.
E. Klein tweet: "Exit polls currently show Nate Silver winning this election."
Now Silver himself tweets that swing state exits in general are showing a Democratic advantage. It seems all that 'skewing' was actually ... ah, polling?
Following Fox's Death Watch on Twitter is hilarious. Others with the gastrointestinal fortitude to suffer through it report nothing but gloom, doom and devastation in the air(waves) there.
One of four now down for Obama: Penn. Others still to go are Ohio, Wisc. and Nev. With those three, Obama goes over the top.
Now it's two out of four, Wisc. just called for Obama. (Ryan sure helped Romney there, huh?)
First Tucker Carlson was pissed that Obama is winning because of "abortion" campaign. Now he's claiming Obama is winning because CBS sat on negative Benghazi news. Any reason, any excuse but ... Mitt Romney.
Chris Wallace (and Rove) just conceded that Romney's alternate paths are now doomed. For Romney, it's Ohio or retirement.
With S. Brown's Senate win, Rove's money game is beginning to look quite sad.
It's not one of the four, but now NH is in Obama's column. THIS ... IS ... OVER.