Obama Carries New Hampshire, Utah Goes to Romney

World | November 7, 2012, Wednesday // 05:11|  views

Supporters of US presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama react together as they watch the exit polls during the get together called President`s Night, in De Melkweg, downtown Amsterdam, the Netherlands, early 07 November 2012. EPA/BGNES

Incumbent US President Barack Obama has won the small swing state of New Hampshire with its 4 electoral votes, while Republican candidate Mitt Romney won expectedly Utah, according to CNN projections as of 10 pm ET (5 am EET).

Earlier, Obama won the key state of Pennsylvania and 20 electoral votes; Obama was at 147 electoral votes, while Romney still maintained a lead with 158 votes.

According to CNN's latest projections, Mitt Romney is projected to win Kansas (6 electoral votes), Louisiana (8 electoral votes), Nebraska (3 out of 5 electoral votes), North Dakota (3 electoral votes), South Dakota (3 electoral votes), Texas (38 electoral votes), Wyoming (3 electoral votes), Oklahoma (7 electoral votes), Georgia (16 electoral votes), South Carolina (9 votes), Kentucky (8 votes), West Virginia (5 votes), Indiana (11 votes), Arkansas (6 electoral votes), Mississippi (6 electoral votes), Alabama (9 electoral votes), Tennessee (11 electoral votes).

Obama is also projected to carry Michigan (16 electoral votes), New York (29 electoral votes), New Jersey (14 electoral votes), Connecticut (3 electoral votes), Delaware (3 electoral votes), District of Columbia (3 electoral votes), Illinois (20 electoral votes), Maine (three out of four electoral votes), Maryland (10 electoral votes), Vermont (3 electoral votes), Rhode Island (4 electoral votes), Massachusetts (11 electoral votes).

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