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WASHINGTON (AP) -

Republican Mitt Romney has won Arizona.

The latest numbers show Romney leading Obama in the race for the presidency by a 50 percent to 48 percent margin in the popular vote nationwide. Independent and other party candidates are getting 1 percent of the vote nationwide. That's with 27 percent of the precincts reporting.

Obama has won 146 electoral votes in 13 states and the District of Columbia. He is leading in 6 states for a total of 75 more electoral votes.

Romney has won 161 electoral votes in 17 states. He is leading in 4 states for a total of 48 more electoral votes.

Independent and other party candidates has not won any state and currently not leading in any state.

In the 435 U.S. House races, the Republicans have won 116 seats and are leading in the races for 78 seats. The Democrats have won 73 seats and are leading in the races for 55 seats. Independent and other party candidates have won or are leading for 0 seats.

In the 33 U.S. Senate races, the Republicans have won 4 seats and are leading in the races for 4 seats. The Democrats have won 12 seats and are leading in the races for 4 seats. Independent and other party candidates have won or are leading for 2 seats.

Click on our Interactive Map for update-to-the-minute vote totals.

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