Election Day: Barack Obama re-elected President of the United States with wins in Ohio, Pa. N.H.

November 6, 2012 12:00:00 AM PST
President Barack Obama was projected to claim a second term in the White House with wins in the battleground states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and New Hampshire.

States called for Mr. Obama:
- California (55 electoral votes)
- Connecticut (7 electoral votes)
- Delaware (3 electoral votes)
- Hawaii (4 electoral votes)
- Illinois (20 electoral votes)
- Maine (4 electoral votes)
- Maryland (10 electoral votes)
- Massachusetts (11 electoral votes)
- Michigan (16 electoral votes)
- Minnesota (10 electoral votes)
- New Hampshire (4 electoral votes)
- New Jersey (14 electoral votes)
- New Mexico (5 electoral votes)
- New York (29 electoral votes)
- Oregon (7 electoral votes)
- Pennsylvania (20 electoral votes)
- Rhode Island (4 electoral votes)
- Vermont (3 electoral votes)
- Washington (12 electoral votes)
- Washington, D.C. (3 electoral votes)
- Wisconsin (10 electoral votes)

States called for Romney:
- Alabama (9 electoral votes)
- Arizona (11 electoral votes)
- Arkansas (6 electoral votes)
- Georgia (16 electoral votes)
- Idaho (4 electoral votes)
- Indiana (11 electoral votes)
- Kansas (6 electoral votes)
- Kentucky (8 electoral votes)
- Louisiana (8 electoral votes)
- Mississippi (6 electoral votes)
- Missouri (10 electoral votes)
- Montana (3 electoral votes)
- Nebraska (5 electoral votes)
- North Carolina (15 electoral votes)
- North Dakota (3 electoral votes)
- Oklahoma (7 electoral votes)
- South Carolina (9 electoral votes)
- South Dakota (3 electoral votes)
- Tennessee (11 electoral votes)
- Texas (38 electoral votes)
- Utah (6 electoral votes)
- West Virginia (5 electoral votes)
- Wyoming (3 electoral votes


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