State-by-State Election Info

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Toss up between red and blue

Washington
Poll hours: 7AM – 8PM
# of electoral votes: 11
2004 election results: Voted for John Kerry
2000 election results: Voted for Al Gore
Senate seats open: 0
House seats open: 5 Democrat; 4 Republican
Swing state: No
Blue state

West Virginia
Poll hours: 6:30AM – 7:30PM
# of electoral votes: 5
2004 election results: Voted for George W. Bush
2000 election results: Voted for George W. Bush
Senate seats open: 1 Democrat
House seats open: 2 Democrat; 1 Republican
Swing state: Yes. Despite voting for the Republican presidential candidate in 2000 and 2004, West Virginia is primarily Democratic at local and state levels.
Sample ballot: www.wvvotes.com/voters/sample-ballots.php
Online inquiries: www.wvsos.com/service/helpline.htm
Red state

Wisconsin
Poll hours: 7AM – 8PM
# of electoral votes: 10
2004 election results: Voted for John Kerry
2000 election results: Voted for Al Gore
Senate seats open:  0
House seats open: 5 Democrat; 3 Republican
Swing state: No
How Obama can win: Get mainstream voters comfortable with him. Deliver an understandable memorable economic message addressing jobs, high gas prices, and the economic crisis facing the nation. Reframe the core issue of the campaign to the economic survival of the middle class and the competitive position of the United State in the global economy. Propose job-creation opportunities for low-income people. Address healthcare and education. Mobilize young people to promote his campaign and show up at the polls.
Leaning Blue state

Wyoming
Poll hours: 7AM – 7PM
# of electoral votes: 3
2004 election results: Voted for George W. Bush
2000 election results: Voted for George W. Bush
Senate seats open: 2 Republican
House seats open: 1 Republican
Swing state: No

*Counties can keep polls open until 9PM
*Oregon votes entirely by mail. Poll hours reflect the hours of the county election offices on Election Day.
*All poll hours for the respective states are local times.

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