We have absentee and early voting numbers in Lake County. See link at the top to view them.
From those Lake County numbers: Obama 70, Romney 29; Donnelly 73, Mourdock 26; Gregg 72; Pence 27; Ritz 72, Bennett 28; Fleming 70, Zoeller 30
And Visclosky beating Phelps 74-26. Keep in mind, this is just the early and absentee ballots in Lake County.
Oh, forgot to mention that AP finally declared Indiana for Romney.
Obama up by 108 votes so far in Porter County.
Greg Zoeller is the only statewide Republican ahead right now in Porter County vote, though Romney is close.
Ritz is slightly ahead of Bennett, but it's looking very close.
Curt, no different from any other election year. Who can forget the 2008 primary, featuring Wolf Blitzer trying to get Rudy Clay to explain why results were taking so long to come in?
Pour a cup of coffee, Erick, could be very late. Governor's race is looking tight as well, though Pence is in a bit better shape than Bennett.
Wisconsin has elected the first openly gay U.S. Senator with Tammy Baldwin defeating Tommy Thompson.
Visclosky is comfortably ahead of Phelps, 60-40 in Porter County and 68-32 in Lake County. It's no surprise, the district became even more Democratic-heavy in the last redisticting.
Something to ponder: The rejection of Tony Bennett's agenda for education is also a rejection of Barack Obama's agenda for education, since his Sec. of Education Arnie Duncan was very much on the same page with Bennett.