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11/06/2012 06:15 pm ET

Vermont Election Results 2012: Presidential, Senate, And House Winners (REAL-TIME MAP)

This is where you'll find the Vermont election results for the 2012 presidential election and the state's Senate and House contests.

Vermont, which has voted Democrat in every presidential election since 1992, was again expected to cast its three electoral votes for President Barack Obama, according to polls leading up to Election Day. In 2008, the state voted overwhelmingly "blue," giving Obama a margin of victory percentage-wise that was second only to Hawaii.

According to the Associated Press, some polls rank the state as the most liberal in the country.

This Election Day, the Green Mountain State also has a Senate seat up for grabs, although left-leaning Independent Bernie Sanders has appeared likely to retain his seat. Sanders, who caucuses with the Democrats, is the only Senator to openly identify as a socialist.

Sanders is so popular in the state that the AP reported that as of Sept. 30, he had raised $6.8 million in campaign funds, while his challenger, Republican John McGovern, had raised just under $77,000.

Election Day 2012
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