9:06 p.m.: NBC projects Obama will win Iowa. The math is simple now; an Obama win in Florida, Virgina or Colorado will seal it.
9:01 p.m.: NBC news calls North Carolina for Romney.
8:50 p.m.: Obama leads 56-42 in Iowa with 33% reporting. Obama ahead 51-47 in Colorado with 65% reporting. If Obama wins both states, he wins re-election.
8:40 p.m.: Minnesota called for Obama.
8:36 p.m.: Romney leads 50-49 in North Carolina with 94% reporting. Romney also ahead 50-49 in Virginia with 74% reporting. Florida and Virginia expected to be decided by less than 1%.
8:17 p.m.: Obama ahead 51-48 in Ohio with 54% reporting.
8:12 p.m.: Obama will win re-election with victory in Florida or Ohio or Colorado-Iowa. Romney path to victory basically…win everything left.
7:58 p.m.: Obama slightly ahead in both Florida and Ohio. In Florida, 85% reporting.
7:47: NBC calls New Hampshire for Obama. Romney can’t afford to lose any swing states now.
7:44 p.m.: Obama up 51-47 in Colorado with 49% reporting.
7:35 p.m.: With 82% reporting in Florida, Obama ahead 50-49.
7:32 p.m.: Obama ahead 53-46 in Ohio with 36% reporting. Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown will win re-election.
7:25 p.m.: NBC News calls Wisconsin for Obama.
7:23 p.m.: Obama up 53-46 in Colorado with 33% reporting.
7:21 p.m. In Colorado, Obama leads 53-45 with 22% reporting.7:16 p.m. With 78% reporting in Florida, Obama and Romney tied at 50.
7:12 p.m. NBC News calls Pennsylvania for Obama. Earlier today Team Romney projected a decisive victory in Pennsylvania.
7:03 p.m. Romney up 54-45 in Virginia with 39% reporting. Obama ahead in Ohio 55-44 with 29% reporting.7:00 p.m. Obama projected to win Michigan.
6:51 p.m. Obama ahead in Florida 50-49 with 62% reporting, but heavily-Democratic counties in South Florida are just now reporting.
6:45 p.m. Obama ahead in Florida 51-49 with 60% reporting. If Obama wins Florida, Romney must win essentially every remaining swing state.
5:58 p.m. NBC News has Obama with the lead in Florida with 41% reporting.