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2012 presidential election results

Tracking as networks called each state during the 2012 presidential election.

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  1. Tracking as major news networks, newspapers and political blogs called states for candidates during the 2012 presidential election.
  2. SWING STATES

  3. For Obama (96 votes): Iowa (6), Pennsylvania (20), Wisconsin (10), New Hampshire (4), Minnesota (10), Ohio (18), Colorado (9), Nevada (6), Virginia (13)
  4. For Romney (15 votes): North Carolina (15)
  5. Undecided (29 votes): Florida (29)
  6. TIMELINE OF RESULTS FROM ALL STATES AND TERRITORIES

  7. Undecided: Florida
  8. Alaska - Mitt Romney

  9. 2:05 a.m. EST - CNN, CBS News and Politico call Alaska for Mitt Romney. Romney gains three electoral votes, bringing Obama's winning margin to 303-206.
  10. President Barack Obama celebrates with supporters

  11. 1:39 a.m. EST: President Barack Obama speaks to supporters after winning his bid for re-election.
  12. Mitt Romney concedes election in speech to supporters

  13. 12:56 a.m. EST - In a speech to supporters at his headquarters in Boston, Mass., Mitt Romney announces he has conceded the election to President Barack Obama.
  14. Mitt Romney calls Barack Obama to concede election

  15. 12:51 a.m. EST - According to an aide of Barack Obama, Mitt Romney called the president to concede the election.
  16. Virginia - Barack Obama

  17. 12:40 a.m. EST - AP calls Virginia for Barack Obama. Obama gains 13 electoral votes, extending winning margin to 303-203.
  18. Nevada - Barack Obama

  19. 11:55 p.m. EST - AP calls Nevada for Barack Obama. Obama gains six electoral votes, extending winning margin to 290-203.
  20. Colorado - Barack Obama

  21. 11:48 p.m. EST - AP calls Colorado for Barack Obama. Obama gains nine electoral votes, extending winning margin to 284-203.
  22. Ohio - Barack Obama (clinches reelection)

  23. 11:18 p.m. EST - AP calls Ohio for Barack Obama. Obama gains 18 electoral votes, clinching a second presidential term. He leads Romney, 275-203.
  24. Oregon - Barack Obama

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