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Election 2012: Your guide to the Missourian's election night coverage

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 | 7:00 p.m. CST; updated 12:53 a.m. CST, Wednesday, November 7, 2012

President Barack Obama, Sen. Claire McCaskill and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon were re-elected Tuesday. Here are links to the Missourian's election night coverage.

Presidential race | President Barack Obama re-elected. | Map of Electoral College projection

U.S. Senate | Sen. Claire McCaskill re-elected.

U.S. House | Rep. Vicky Hartzler re-elected.

Reaction |Read election night commentary from across the Web. | Voters respond to results on social media.

Missouri election | Gov. Jay Nixon re-elected. | Proposition B tobacco tax defeated. | Other statewide results.

Missouri General Assembly | Schaefer wins 19th District Senate seat. | Rowden wins in 44th District; Webber wins in 46th; Wright wins in 47th.

Boone County | Voters embrace sales tax for children's mental health services. | Janet Thompson wins Northern District commissioner seat; Karen Miller re-elected in Southern District.

The scene in Boone County | Missourian reporters visited dozens of polling places on Election Day to talk to voters about what they believe are the most important issues on the ballot. | Columbia residents proudly display "I voted" stickers. | Columbia residents provide rides for voters. | Columbia voters report speedy lines at polls.

Voters' voices | Mid-Missouri voters take to social media to talk about their experience at the polls | We talked to voters at polls across Columbia as they offered their opinions on the various races and issues.

Kids' voices | Even though they aren't old enough to vote, fifth-graders at Mill Creek Elementary School shared their thoughts about politics and the election in a video.


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