Obama Projected Winner of Michigan

Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos discuss the latest projected results in the presidential election.
3:00 | 11/06/12

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We are ready to project. And let's begin right now fourteen more states the pulls -- close and -- project George Michigan. Michigan goes to President Obama and that means -- Mitt Romney has now lost his second home state of course he grew up in Michigan his father was the governor. Of Michigan as well as well as the president. Of American voters but he never really had a chance at their especially that issue of the auto Bailey out -- really crushed him. In the state of Michigan the auto bail it certainly take -- -- hit here's another state we're ready to project together this is not a surprise -- Texas. Is going for governor Romney there you have a projected winner in Texas governor Romney in New York. In New York -- solid blue state is going for President Obama again we do not know how many people ultimately were able to vote -- those. Those results will come in later it was president Obama's fourth best state in 2008. Anyone affected by -- -- that could vote at any polling place in the statement. -- -- by the -- the lines were unbelievable today Louisiana projected winner. Governor Mitt Romney and other southern states there in Kansas -- projected winner for governor Romney. In Nebraska projected winner for governor Romney but so far he's only getting four of five of Nebraska's electoral votes Nebraska one of two states. Where you can also get an electoral vote by congressional district there's a congressional district in Omaha. Which we cannot project yet he's getting for those electoral -- of course the point of that if it comes down to one electoral vote tonight if there's some division popular electrical but. It is an electoral votes and that one makes the difference Nebraska could be -- -- North Dakota we have a projection. Again for governor Romney South Dakota projections for governor Romney coming up tonight also in Wyoming. A projection for governor Romney and we have a projection and Arkansas. Want to tell -- the governor Romney has now become the projected winner there according to exit polling we do not. Have enough information right now on two states that want to tell you about Wisconsin. As we know it was a question of whether it was really a player not because of the vice president. Congressman Paul Ryan of course governor Romney's vice president and also Colorado. Every that -- -- Colorado tonight.

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