Presidential Election Day 2012 Obama Vs. Romney: Results State-By-State

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    Election Day is finally here and the results have made their way in! We kept track of the state-by-state results.

    Here’s what went down:

    ELECTORAL VOTES (270 to win)

    OBAMA: 280 

    ROMNEY: 201

    STATES (projected winner):

    Virginia: Obama

    Colorado: Obama

    Nevada: Obama

    Ohio: Obama

    Oregon: Obama

    Indiana: Romney

    Kentucky: Romney

    Vermont: Obama

    West Virginia: Romney

    South Carolina: Romney

    Connecticut: Obama

    Delware: Obama

    District of Columbia: Obama

    Illinois: Obama

    Maryland: Obama

    Massachusetts: Obama

    Maine: Obama 

    Rhode Island: Obama

    Oklahoma: Romney

    Georgia: Romney

    Alabama: Romney

    Tennessee: Romney

    Mississippi: Romney

    Arkansas: Romney

    Kansas: Romney

    Louisiana: Romney

    Nebraska: Romney

    North Dakota: Romney

    South Dakota: Romney

    Texas: Romney

    Wyoming: Romney

    Michigan: Obama

    New York: Obama

    New Jersey: Obama

    Pennslyvania: Obama

    Wisconsin: Obama

    New Hampshire: Obama

    Utah: Romney

    Missouri: Claire McCaskill

    Minnesota: Obama

    Arizona: Romney

    California: Obama

    Hawaii: Obama

    Washington: Obama

    Idaho: Romney

    Montana: Romney 

    Iowa: Obama

    New Mexico: Obama


    *Democrats will keep their majority in the Senate.

    Virginia: Tim Kaine (D)

    Indiana: Joe Donnelly (D) 

    Massachusetts: Elizabeth Warren (D)

    Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin (D)

    Maine: Angus Kaine (I) 

    Tennessee: Bob Corker(R)

    Florida: Bill Nelson (D)

    Delware: Tom Carper (D)

    Maryland: Ben Cardin (D) 

    Rhode Island: Sheldon Whitehouse (D)

    Connecticut: Chris Murphy (D)

    New Jersey: Robert Menendez (D)

    Michigan: Debbie Stabenow (D)

    Pennslyvania: Bob Casey (D)

    New York: Kirsten E. Gillibrand (D)

    Texas: Ted Cruz (R)

    Mississippi: Roger Wicker (R)

    Ohio: Sherrod Brown (D)

    Utah: Warren Hatch (R)

    Wisconsin: Paul Ryan (R)


    *Republicans will maintain the majority in the House.

    Illinois: Tammy Duckworth (D)


    Colorado is the first state to passed marijuana for recreational use while Massachusetts has voted to approve medical marijuana, however it was denied in Arkansas and Oregon.

    Maryland and Maine legalized gay marriage.  

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    Check out this pic of the Romney family on election night below!

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