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The latest update on the Tri-State's biggest races

As Election Day continues, here's a look at some of the bigger races impact the Tri-State.

Former Mass. Governor Mitt Romney has won both Indiana and Kentucky, while President Barack Obama has won Illinois.

As announced by NBC, Obama has won Delaware, Washington D.C., Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and is projected to win Connecticut.

Romney has also won Oklahoma, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Georgia, and is projected to win Alabama.

With 64% of precincts reporting, Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly is leading Richard Mourdock 48% to 46% respectively.

In the Indiana Gubernatorial Race, Mike Pence holds a 6% lead over John Gregg.

And with 1% of precincts reporting, the Vanderburgh County Reorganization vote stands at 63% opposed to reorganization.

In Kentucky, Hunting and fishing are now considered constitutional rights, as those in favor of the decision currently outnumber those who are opposed by over 700,000 votes.

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Click here tonight for a live look at Election results as the votes come in.

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