Christine O'Donnell Projected to Lose Delaware Senate Race to Christopher Coons

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"VP Biden comes to DE, stumps for my opponent, and only draws a crowd of 200?" she tweeted late Monday. "Oh, this race is so winnable!"

Video of ODonnell, Coons debate on WDEL.
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Tuesday morning, O'Donnell cast her vote in Wilmington and later greeted voters outside a polling station.

"We'll celebrate tonight," she said in a tweet to supporters. There would be no victory party for O'Donnell tonight.

Delaware is a small state of less than one million people. With the industrial north and rural south, it has its own political culture and history. While viewed by many as a Democratic blue state, its statewide office-holders have flipped parties with regularity.

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