LIVE UPDATES: Electoral Count for the 2012 Presidential Election
The current and final electoral count stands at Barack Obama with 332 and Mitt Romney with 206.
Nov. 10th 12:55p ET: The AP calls Florida for President Obama, making the final electoral count 332 to Romney's 206.
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**Florida is the only state left to be called.
2:08a ET: Romney wins Alaska.
1:05a ET: Fox News can now project that President Obama will win the swing state of Virginia, which he also won in 2008.
12:09a ET: Fox News projects Obama will win the state of Colorado, which was previously too close to call.
Nov. 7th at 12:00a ET: Fox News can now project that President Obama will win the state of Nevada. He will gain six additional electoral votes.
11:17p ET: Fox News project President Barack Obama will be re-elected as president of the United States. Fox projects Obama to win both Iowa and Oregon, worth a combined 13 electoral votes, putting the president over the magic number of 270.
11:13p ET: Fox News projects Obama will win the crucial battleground state of Ohio.
11:09p ET: Fox News projects that Romney will win Missouri.
11:00p ET: Fox News projects Romney will win in North Carolina and its 15 electoral votes. He will also take Idaho and its four electoral votes.
Fox News can project that Obama will win California, which carries with it 55 electoral votes. He will win Hawaii and Washington State.
10:50p ET: FOX News projects Obama wins in Minnesota.
10:42p ET: Fox News projects Romney will win Arizona.
10:21p ET: Fox News projects the state of New Mexico and its five electoral votes will go to Obama.
10:17p ET: Fox News can now project that Mitt Romney will win the last of Nebraska’s five electoral votes. Fox can also project that President Obama will win the last of Maine’s four electoral votes.
10:00p ET: Fox News projects Romney will win the states of Utah and Montana.
9:54p ET: Fox News projects Obama will win the swing state New Hampshire.
9:25p ET: Fox News projects the battleground state of Wisconsin will go to Obama. It is GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's home state.
9:15p ET: Fox News can now project that Obama will win the swing state of Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes.
9:00p ET: Will polls closing in 14 states, Fox News can project that Obama will win Romney's home state of Michigan, which is also a swing state. President Obama will also win New York.
Mitt Romney, meanwhile, has taken Texas, Louisiana, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and four out of five electoral votes in Nebraska.
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8:30p ET: Fox News can project that Mitt Romney will win Arkansas, former President Bill Clinton’s home state, picking up another six electoral votes.
8:17p ET: Fox News can now project Mitt Romney wins Tennessee and its 11 electoral votes.
8:02p ET: Fox News projects Obama will win in his home state of Illinois as well as Delaware, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Rhode Island and the District of Columbia. In Maine, Obama will take three out of four electoral votes in that state.
Fox News also project that Romney wins in Alabama, Mississippi and Oklahoma.
7:52p ET: Fox News projects Romney will carry the state of Georgia which has 16 electoral votes.
7:41p ET: Fox News can now project Romney will win South Carolina, gaining nine electoral votes.
7:36p ET: Fox News projects Mitt Romney wins in West Virginia, picking up an additional five electoral votes.
7:05p ET: Fox News projects Governor Mitt Romney wins Indiana's 11 electoral votes and Kentucky's eight electoral votes.
7:04p ET: Fox News projects President Barack Obama wins Vermont's three electoral votes.
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