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Tuesday
Mar062012

WATCH LIVE: Super Tuesday Coverage from ABC News & Yahoo!

(NEW YORK) -- Voters in 10 states are making their picks for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, the biggest single day of contests in the race.

Below, watch live streaming video coverage of Super Tuesday, featuring the political teams of ABC News and Yahoo! This coverage will be anchored by ABC News political director Amy Walter and Yahoo!'s David Chalian. They will be joined throughout the night by Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos, and others. ABC News Radio’s coverage, anchored by Aaron Katersky from ABC News headquarters in New York, will be a part of this special digital coverage.

NOTE: Coverage begins at 7 p.m. Eastern and is expected to run until at least 11 p.m. ET.

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Tuesday
Nov022010

Vote 2010: Official ABC News Election Projections

Photo Courtesy - ABC News Illustration(NEW YORK) -- Here are the latest projections from the ABC News Decision Desk in New York:

1:50am ET Update:
Hawaii
- Governor - (D) Neil Abercrombie over (R) Duke Aiona.

1:40am ET Update:
California
- Governor - (D) Jerry Brown over (R) Meg Whitman.

1:25am ET Update:
Alaska
- Governor - (R) Sean Parnell over (D) Ethan Berkowitz.

12:40am ET Update:
Nevada
- Senate - (D) Harry Reid over (R) Sharron Angle.

12:20am ET Update:
Illinois
- Senate - (R) Mark Kirk over (D) Alexi Giannoulias.

12:10am ET Update:
Nevada
- Governor - (R) Brian Sandoval over (D) Rory Reid.

12:00am ET Update:
Georgia - Governor - (R) Nathan Deal over (D) Roy Barnes.
Hawaii - Senate - (D) Daniel Inouye over (R) Cam Cavasso.
Ohio - Governor - (R) John Kasich over (D) Ted Strickland.

11:55pm ET Update:
Rhode Island
- Governor - (I) Lincoln Chafee over (D) Frank Caprio and (R) John Robitaille.

11:50pm ET Update:
Arizona
- Governor - (R) Jan Brewer over (D) Terry Goddard.
California - Senate - (D) Barbara Boxer over (R) Carly Fiorina.
Pennsylvania - Senate - (R) Pat Toomey over (D) Joe Sestak.

11:30pm ET Update:
Iowa
- Governor - (R) Terry Branstad over (D) Chet Culver.
New Mexico - Governor - (R) Susana Martinez over (D) Diane Denish.

11:05pm ET Update:
Wisconsin
- Senate - (R) Ron Johnson over (D) Russ Feingold.

11:00pm ET Update:
Idaho
- Senate - (R) Mike Crapo over (D) Tom Sullivan.
Idaho - Governor - (R) Butch Otter over (D) Keith Allred.
Oregon - Senate - (D) Ron Wyden over (R) Jim Huffman.

10:45pm ET Update:
South Carolina
- Governor - (R) Nikki Haley over (D) Vincent Sheheen.

10:40pm ET Update:
Wisconsin
- Governor - (R) Scott Walker over (D) Tom Barrett.

10:20pm ET Update:
Colorado
- Governor - (D) John Hickenlooper over (R) Dan Maes.
Utah
- Senator - (R) Mike Lee over (D) Sam Granato.
Utah
- Governor - (R) Gary Herbert over (D) Peter Corroon.

10:00pm ET Update:

Arizona - Senate - (R) John McCain over (D) Rodney Glassman.
Iowa - Senate - (R) Chuck Grassley over (D) Roxanne Conlin.
Massachusetts - Governor - (D) Deval Patrick over (R) Charlie Baker.

9:40pm ET Update:
Louisiana
- Senate - (R) David Vitter over (D) Charlie Melancon.

9:30pm ET Update:
Missouri - Senate - (R) Roy Blunt over (D) Robin Carnahan.
Nebraska - Governor - (R) Dave Heineman over (D) Mike Meister.
Wyoming - Governor - (R) Matt Mead over (D) Leslie Peterson.

9:15pm ET Update:
Maryland - Governor - (D) Martin O'Malley (R) Robert Ehrlich.
Oklahoma - Governor - (R) Mary Fallin over (D) Jari Askins.
Texas - Governor - (R) Rick Perry over (D) Bill White.

9:00pm ET Update:
Alabama
- Governor - (R) Robert Bentley over (D) Ron Sparks.
Kansas
- Senate - (R) Jerry Moran over (D) Lisa Johnston.
Kansas
- Governor - (R) Sam Brownbeck over (D) Tom Holland.
New York
- Senate - (D) Charles Schumer over (R) Jay Townsend.
New York
- Senate - (D) Kirsten Gillibrand over (R) Joseph DioGuardi.
New York
- Governor - (D) Andrew Cuomo over (R) Carl Paladino.
North Dakota
- Senate - (R) John Hoeven over (D) Tracy Potter.
Pennsylvania
- Governor - (R) Tom Corbett over (D) Dan Oronato.
South Dakota
- Senate - (R) John Thune unopposed.
South Dakota
- Governor - (R) Dennis Daugaard over (D) Scott Heidepriem.

8:45pm ET Update:
Georgia - Senate - (R) Johnny Isakson over (D) Michael Thurmond.
Oklahoma - Senate - (R) Tom Coburn over (D) Jim Rogers and (I) Steve Wallace.
West Virginia - Senate - (D) Joe Manchin over (R) John Raese.

8:30pm ET Update:

Arkansas - Senate - (R) John Boozman over (D) Blanche Lincoln.
Arkansas - Governor - (D) Mike Beebe over (R) Jim Keet.
Connecticut - Senate - (D) Richard Blumenthal over (R) Linda McMahon.
Tennessee - Governor - (R) Bill Haslam over (D) Mike McWherter.

8:20pm ET Update:
North Carolina - Senate - (R) Richard Burr over (D) Elaine Marshall.

8:00pm ET Update:
Alabama - Senate - (R) Richard Shelby over (D) William Barnes.
Delaware - Senate - (D) Christopher Coons over (R) Christine O'Donnell.
Florida - Senate - (R) Marco Rubio over (D) Kendrick Meek and (I) Charlie Crist.
Maryland - Senate - (D) Barbara Mikulski over (R) Eric Wargotz.
New Hampshire - Senate - (R) Kelly Ayotte over (D) Paul Hodes.
New Hampshire - Governor - (D) John Lynch over (R) John Stephen.

7:30pm ET Update:
Ohio - Senate - (R) Rob Portman over (D) Lee Fisher.

7:00pm ET Update:
Indiana - Senate - (R) Dan Coats over (D) Brad Ellsworth.
Kentucky - Senate - (R) Rand Paul over (D) Jack Conway.
South Carolina - Senate - (R) Jim DeMint over (D) Alvin Green.
Vermont - Senate - (D) Patrick Leahy over (R) Len Britton.

Stay tuned to this page for the latest projections from ABC News.

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Tuesday
Nov022010

ABC News: Republican Rand Paul to Win Kentucky Senate Race

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(BOWLING GREEN, Ky.) -- Based on the exit polling, ABC News projects Republican Rand Paul will win the Kentucky Senate race, in what is the first major victory of the night for the Tea Party movement.

Paul's victory over Democrat Jack Conway is seen as an early indication of Republicans return to prominence in Congress and a sign of the Tea Party movement's growing political influence.

"There is a Tea Party tidal wave coming to Washington," Paul told reporters after casting his ballot this morning.

An ophthalmologist and son of libertarian Congressman Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, Paul, 47, became an early face of the Tea Party movement when he secured the nomination in May. But he quickly learned what played to the base in the primary would not work in the general election.

Paul will replace Republican Sen. Jim Bunning, 79, who is retiring after two terms.

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