There are probably hundreds of ways to watch tonight's election results, but I've pulled together this list of sites that will have live coverage, or interactive widgets to view the results. This list is obviously not complete, but it should give our readers a great place to start.
I've got to admit, I'm not a huge Yahoo fan, but they've done a nice job with this site. The site features live news updates, and an interactive map with results.
Using Twitter Vote Report, voters will be able to share their experiences and resources with one another (e.g. “#wait:120″ meaning that the wait time is 120 minutes). These messages will then be aggregated and mapped so that we can “see” voting problems around the country in real-time. There doesn't appear to be anything about election results, but it's Twitter, so I'm sure you'll get a good idea. I can see this being fun to watch along with one of the other sites listed.
Yep. I put Myspace on here. Hate all you want, but the site should be a good place to see as-they-happen results. I don't see a whole lot going on yet, but I'm sure it'll fire up soon.
If you're a fan of techmeme, you'll feel right at home here. memeorandum offers you a window into a new world of news, focusing primarily on U.S. politics and current affairs. It auto-generates a news summary every 5 minutes, drawing on experts and pundits, insiders and outsiders, media professionals and amateur bloggers.
All the usual stuff here, but a very nice place to find all the election information you're looking for. Again, most of the fun will start as the polls close.
NY Times promises to have live coverage of the election results. Live blogging, news updates, maps, graphs, and charts aplenty.
I've only spent a few minutes on this site, but it's probably one of my favorites. It has a lot of moving parts to it, so be prepared to be confused for a few minutes.
MSNBC has put together a few really good widgets to follow the results. You can follow along on the site, or add them to your own site.
Watch as real-time election results come in on Tuesday, November 4th. Select a state to see county-by-county results and view House and Senate races by using the dropdown toolbar.
I did a Friendfeed room search to see if anything was brewing tonight. I'm positive there will be a hot room, but the best I found was this one. I'd love to hear about other rooms, so if you know of any, please share them in the comments.
Like I said - there will be many other places to watch the election results. If you know of any great places I've missed, please share them in the comments. Obama 2008!