Election Day Open Thread #2: Returns and Ruminations

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Conventional wisdom has it that the races for New Jersey governor and Congressional rep in New York’s 23rd District are the hottest (or, in the case of the latter, most bizarre) Election Day 2009 tickets. Though Daily Kos has declared the contest for mayor of New York to be "pretty well predetermined," we’ll be watching the returns just the same.

Leave your late-breaking news and observations in the comments. 

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