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11/06/2012 09:45 am ET

West Virginia Election 2012: Joe Manchin-John Raese Rematch, Presidential Contest On The Ballot (LIVE UPDATES)

The West Virginia election on Tuesday will feature a rematch between Democratic incumbent Sen. Joe Manchin and Republican rival John Raese.

The pair faced off in 2010 in a special election after the passing of the late Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.V.).

Polls show Manchin running comfortably ahead of Raese going into Decision Day. President Barack Obama is expected to come up short in his campaign against Republican nominee Mitt Romney in West Virginia. The state has 5 electoral votes up for grabs.

West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, a Democrat, is also facing off against Republican challenger Bill Maloney on Tuesday.

Below, a look at the latest presidential polls from across the country. Scroll down for live blog updates on the latest news to unfold on Election Day.

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