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Obama Takes Massachusetts

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

 

The Associated Press has called the race for President in Massachusetts in favor of President Barack Obama.

Obama had over 60 percent of the vote in the Commonwealth when it was called, and Obama is expected to carry the state's 11 electoral votes. As of right now, the AP has called Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut in favor of the President, and South Carolina, Kentucky West Virginia and Indiana for Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Currently, President Obama leads 64 electoral votes to 40 in AP projections.

 

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