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Exit Poll Mania!

Update: Obviously, if you're in the Panhandle and polls haven't closed yet, go vote! This is all political gossip, and it looks like it's close enough for every vote to count tonight. Enjoy your power!
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Jim Geraghty's messing with the inTrade numbers by posting this info, which is either first or second wave exits:

The first wave of exit poll numbers, including absentees: McCain 34.3 percent, Romney 32.6 percent, Giuliani 15.3 percent, Huckabee 12 percent.

UPDATE: Interestingly a second source — yes, guardians of the exit poll data, I have not one but two spies within your ranks! — tells me these are the "second wave" numbers. Also, this source heard these numbers DON'T include the absentee voters.

McCain-- he of the mischaracterization of Romney's Iraq War views-- was whining about negative campaigning right down to the wire.

I wonder if you're still allowed to get in a prediction for the chance to win a Forbes subscription...

Romney outspent McCain 3-to-1 in Florida
, which is perhaps the reason he kept his stump attacks fairly tame:
"There's one candidate who has said the economy is not his strong suit. Well, it's my strong suit!"
Not exactly fightin' words. Stop complaining, Mac.

Update: Late-deciders go for McCain and Romney evenly, according to Fox.

Seniors and Hispanics going for McCain in a big way.

Conservatives and those who care about illegal immigration going with Romney.

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