Election 2012 projections: Will Obama or Romney win swing states Pennsylvania, Florida and more?

presidential-debate-mitt-romney-barack-obama.jpgThe time is now, political junkies! We've all got our televisions tuned to our chosen news programs for election night coverage as we wait for the numbers to come in on the swing and battleground states expected to determine the outcome of the 2012 Presidential election. So will Mitt Romney or Barack Obama win? Keep refreshing this post and we'll keep you posted on all the data coming in from the most reputable news sources tonight.

COLORADO:
CBS News and The AP project a win for Barack Obama. (11:40 p.m. EST)

FLORIDA:

IOWA: CNN and NBC News are projecting Iowa for Barack Obama. (11:10 p.m. EST)

NEW HAMPSHIRE:
The AP, The New York Times, NBC News, CBS News, and ABC News have all projected that Barack Obama has won New Hampshire. (10:10 p.m. EST)

NEVADA: CNN and The AP have called Nevada for Barack Obama (11:55 p.m. EST)

NORTH CAROLINA: CNN, The AP, and ABC news have all called North Carolina for Mitt Romney (11:10 p.m. EST)

PENNSYLVANIA: Fox News, CBS News and NBC News have all projected that Barack Obama has won Pennsylvania. (9:30 p.m. EST)

OHIO: Fox News and NBC News have called Ohio for Barack Obama. (11:16 p.m. EST)

VIRGINIA: NPR and the New York Times called Florida for Barack Obama. (12:17 a.m. EST)

WISCONSIN: Fox News, NBC News and CBS News have all projected that Barack Obama has won Wisconsin. (9:50 p.m. EST) 
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