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U.S. PRESIDENT

STATUS CANDIDATE VOTE VOTE % EV
RepublicanBush
(Incumbent)
62,040,606 51%286
 
DemocraticKerry
59,028,109 48%252
 
IndependentNader
411,304 1%0
100% precincts reporting - Updated 5:33 p.m. ET
Presidential results by state:  

Electoral Vote Scorecard | 2004 vs. 2000 Electoral Map
• Activists continue to challenge Ohio ballots
• Video: Tea party favorite trying to win in Iowapremium content

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County result maps:  

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• U.S. presidents are elected to four-year terms by 538 Electoral College voters, one per senator and representative from each state, plus three from the District of Columbia. In 38 states, the voters are required by law to vote for the candidate who won the popular voter in their state, although all electors usually cast a ballot for the popular vote winner. A candidate must receive a majority of 270 votes to win the election.
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• CNN will broadcast a projected winner only after an extensive review of data from a number of sources. Details about CNN's projection process
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