Slate political correspondents John Dickerson, David Weigel, and Sasha Issenberg are going to be covering all of today’s election results on the ground in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. We’ll be bringing you live coverage throughout the day with dispatches from all three.
John, David, Sasha, and our entire political team, meanwhile, are also going to be tweeting around the clock for the next 24 hours as all of the exit polls, early returns, and final results become available. You can follow our staff’s instantaneous reactions to Election Day 2012 in real time with the Twitter widget below.
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