Officially projected winners are in italics.
Georgia (96.8% reporting)
Massachusetts (98.5% reporting)
Virginia (100% reporting)
Vermont (92.7% reporting)
Ohio (99.8% reporting)
Tennessee (99.9% reporting)
Oklahoma (100% reporting)
North Dakota (100% reporting)
Idaho (100% reporting)
Alaska (95.6% reporting)
Exit polls in Oklahoma indicate a strong advantage for Santorum.
In Virginia, there was a strong push by Santorum and Gingrich voters to vote for Paul in protest against Romney (neither Rick nor Newt was able to get on the ballot in that state).
Exit polling in Ohio suggests a slight edge for Romney, but still far too close to tell.
Ron Paul has one one district and will be awarded 3 delegates from Virginia.
Ohio is being projected as the closest primary in state history.
Virginia has very low voter turnout (around 5% of registered voters).
The early voter results in Ohio are primarily coming from smaller, rural districts, where Santorum was expected to perform well. Exit polls and typical Romney demographics indicate his numbers will increases as the results of larger cities come in.
Approximately $12 million has been spent by Super PACs in Super Tuesday states.
Initial reports from the Newt Gingrich camp indicate a depressed atmosphere and low turnout for his speech and after-party.
Regardless of the results in in the popular vote in Ohio, Romney is already winning 10 of 16 districts, so he will take the majority of the delegates in the state.
Rick Perry and Jon Huntsmen got more votes in Ohio than the margin between Romney and Santorum.
In case you were wondering... yes, I am still awake and updating. I am sticking around to see if Ron Paul can win Alaska, where I hear he has locked in the caribou vote.
These numbers are still preliminary estimates and include predictions regarding non-binding caucuses and primaries, but as of about 2am Eastern Time, here is the delegate count:
Romney: 403(203 prior, 200 earned today)
Santorum: 169 (92 prior, 77 earned today)
Gingrich: 102 (33 prior, 69 earned today)
Paul: 40 (25 prior, 15 earned today)
While Alaska is still up in the air around 2:15am, it's turning out to be between Romney and Santorum, so I imagine you guys care as little about it as I do now. I'm off to bed, see you guys in the morning.