11/06/2012 09:42 am ET

New York Election 2012: Decision Day Looks To Be In Obama's Favor (LIVE UPDATES)

What Obama Has To Do To Beat Mitt Romney

In the New York election on Tuesday, voters will have their voices heard in the presidential race, as well as Senate and state contests.

President Barack Obama is expected to win the state's 29 electoral votes over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand appears to be headed toward a win over GOP rival Wendy Long.

The real contest in New York will be over the fate of the State Senate, with a once-certain Republican victory now up for grabs.

The polls in New York are open between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Eastern time.

Below, a rundown on the latest poll numbers for Senate races across the country. Scroll down for live blog updates on the latest developments to unfold on Election Day.

2012 Senate Race Polls


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