Real-Time NYT Results Map (excellent format, with the ever-sexy “Map by Electoral Vote”)
CNN Results Map (allows you to drill down to the county level – awesome).
My Due Diligence dot Com (blog-style reporting on Congressional Races)
1:05PM – Ariel, who is working downtown as a poll inspector, reports that Center City Philadelphia polls had more voters by noon than they did in the last Mayoral election.
6:30PM – GOP tries to delay count of Philly absentee ballots. Read the complaint – it’s completely valid. Delaying the Philly absentees won’t have too large of an effect on local elections, but it will have a noticeable impact on the overall state total. This is why i refuse to vote absentee.
6:50PM – PA Results (who knows how timely they’ll be)
Watch out for pages that will announce a predicted winner based on exit polls – as we saw in the case of networks calling Florida early in 2000, nothing counts except the final vote total.
8:05PM – What to Watch For on Election Night (nothing new to me, but a solid read)
9:50PM – Everyone calls NY for Kerry with only 9% reporting. No one calls PA for Kerry with 20%. To be fair, Philly is reporting fairly early, which will skew the state result right up until the last second, but i really don’t think PA is gonna be as close as it’s supposed to be.