6:00 p.m. Final polls in Indiana/Kentucky. Polls close in Virginia. (They also close in Georgia, South Carolina and Vermont.)
Bernie Sanders has won re-election in Vermont; Virginia Senate race too close to call.
NBC calls Indiana for Romney; Democrat Joe Donnelly has slight lead with 7% reporting.
6:42 p.m. West Virginia and South Carolina both called for Romney.
6:47 p.m. Polls still open in Florida although there's some counting going on, with Obama in the lead, but close.
North Carolina polls are closed, and Obama is leading with 9% of the vote in. Exit polls seem to give Obama a shot in North Carolina.
7:00 p.m. NBC calls Georgia for Romney. 7:00 p.m.
Poll closings... Pennsylvania, Michigan, Missouri, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maine, North Dakota, Florida and New Hampshire. (Also non-leaners Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Texas.)
7:04 p.m. Interesting Senate races in this round, including Warren/Brown in Massachusetts; NBC calles Maine Senate race for independent Angus King.
7:06 p.m. New Hampshire, Florida and Pennsylvania are too close to call according to NBC.
7:08 p.m. AP: reports: Obama carried Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and Romney's home state of Massachusetts. Also as expected, he won Delaware and Maryland as well as the District of Columbia and Illinois. Romney had South Carolina, Oklahoma, Kentucky and West Virginia in his column. He also won Indiana, a state Obama carried in 2008 but did not contest this year.
7:29 Roger Wicker wins re-election in Mississippi.
7:56 A lot still undecided; NC and FL being tough to call bodes better for Obama than Romney. McCaskill, Warren leading; CNN calls Pennsylvania for Casey, all Democrats leading/winning.
8:00 Polls close in swing states Colorado and Wisconsin, and in close-ish Arizona, Minnesota and New Mexico. (Plus: Louisiana, Nebraska, New York and Wyoming.)
8:02 Wisconsin and Colorado too soon to call; Wisconsin said to be lead by Obama. Romney gets 4 of 5 votes in Nebraska. Michigan projected quickly for Obama. Arizona too early to call and Romney leading; Minnesota too early and Obama leading.
8:04 NBC says the House will stay with the GOP. No surprise.
8:06 I just realized Orrin Hatch is still in the Senate. Good lord.
8:15 NBC calls Pennsylvania for Obama -- rust belt firewall continues to hold.
8:35 Wisconsin called for Obama; arguably first legit swing state. He's one medium-sized state away from the win.
8:37 CBS calls New Hampshire for Obama. Another swing state.
8:42 NBC calls Elizabeth Warren the winner in Massachusetts.
9:00 Polls close in Iowa and Nevada. (Also Montana and Utah.)
Again, these are two swing states (Nevada less so) both leaning toward Obama. If Obama has won New Hampshire, Colorado and Wisconsin by now and has held in the leaners (Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Pennsylvania, New Mexico and Nevada) then Iowa's swing votes (and Nevada's leaning votes) make him president of the United States. Again.
9:24 CBS says that Democrat Tim Kaine has won the Senate race in Virginia.
9:55 North Carolina to Romney; Minnesota to Obama.
9:58 Closing at 10:00: California, Hawaii, Idaho, North Dakota, Oregon and Washington.
Breaking News banners probably won't turn yet, unless they call Ohio or Florida here in a minute.
10:10 Iowa called by NBC news. If Denver Post is right about Colorado, and Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon go for Obama, he's been re-elected. (Also, I have to be right on my math.
10:13 NBC calls Ohio for Obama; Obama is re-elected.
10:57 A.P. has now called Nevada, Iowa and Colorado. If those hold, Obama wins Electoral College without Ohio.