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US election results 2012: As it happened

Last Updated: Thursday, November 08, 2012, 13:01
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Washington: Barack Obama clinched a second term as US President, defeating his Republican challenger Mitt Romney in a tough fight that went down to the wire.

As per the latest results, Obama secured 303 votes as against 206 by Romney. Obama’s lead in the popular vote count was 50.3 per cent while that of Romney was 48.1 per cent, as per a BBC report.

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  • Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates US President Barack Obama on his re-election, says, "Strategic alliance between Israel and United States is stronger than ever".

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  • Mitt Romney addresses supporters in Boston, says: "I pray President Obama will be successful in guiding our nation".

  • Mitt Romney calls Barack Obama, concedes defeat.

  • Barack Obama has won Virginia, the Associated Press reports.

  • Barack Obama will take battleground Colorado's nine electoral votes, adding to his winning tally (290; 270 needed), CNN projects.

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  • Mitt Romney not yet ready to concede defeat, says a Republican aide.

  • 2012 US Presidential Elections: Barack Obama gets 281 votes till now, Mitt Romney gets 203 votes

  • Barack Obama will take Nevada’s six electoral votes, adding to his winning tally (281, with 270 needed), CNN projects.

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  • Barack Obama leads in electoral vote count as battleground states begin to come in.

  • Barack Obama wins New Mexico; Mitt Romney wins Missouri, projects AP.

  • CNN projects: Barack Obama wins Wisconsin.

  • Mitt Romney will win the swing state of North Carolina and its 15 electoral votes, CNN projects.

  • Mitt Romney wins Idaho, CNN projects

  • NBC News, CNN project Obama to win California, Hawaii, Washington

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  • Barack Obama wins Minnesota, projects AP

  • Mitt Romney wins Missouri, says Bloomberg News

  • Mitt Romney wins all five electoral votes in Nebraska.

  • Mitt Romney wins Arizona, says AP.

  • Democrat Claire McCaskill wins Senate seat in Missouri.

  • In New Hampshire, Barack Obama comes out as winner.

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    Rahul Veer - India
    congrats, mr. president ...
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    Ababa - Lagos
    congrats to the main social worker pls steer the boat of us to the glory land.
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    Ababa - Lagos
    congrats to the main social worker pls steer the boat of us to the glory land.
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    celso sajorda - manila Philippines
    congrats mr.obama for your truely sacrifice of doing a great leadership in ur country. do ur best a sample of other country leader. a true to the nation, true to ur self and family. god always be with u and ur family and america guide u for a great ,a successful country. god bless u sir.
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    congratulations to president Barack Obama and the - Uganda
    you deserved the second term due to ur selfless determination
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    Papu B Maiva - Jos - plateau state
    congratulations mr obama put ur trust in god & depend on him,but if u go for anything outside god there shall be disaster for u
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    Dennis Odhiambo - KENYA
    congratulation mr obama 4 having secured another chance as the us president,not 4 anything but bcoz of your eloquent speech and kindness,sincerity,generousity,honesty and your light mindedness to post a great job in usa.may god bless u,your work and the people of america.
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    Surya Bhushan - Asia
    heartiest congratulation mr. obama for your great victory & i am sure you gonna continue conquering people`s heart with your great work. you are role model for young generation.........
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    benjamin - ghana
    yes we can.....congratulations obama
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    talat zaib - pakistan
    mr.obama,wish you best of luck and congrats that u clinched the 2nd term of his election.once again congrats. talat zaib
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