I appear to be the only near a computer (even if it's because I happen to be doing work on one) so I suppose that grants me the honor of live-blogging the primary results as they come out tonight. Nat-Wu and Adam can chime in with comments/updates as they see fit. Anyway our first result is in for the day, and Huckabee is the winner in West Virginia. John Cole hopes that it's the beginning of the end for Romney. Obama surged to a tie with Clinton in recent national polls, so we'll probably be keeping an eye on proceedings until fairly late tonight and things aren't likely to be over by that point anyway. But it sure does make for fun.
UPDATE: CNN projects Obama as the winner of the Georgia primary, based on the exit polls. The polls have McCain ahead of Huckabee, with Romney trailing in 3rd.
UPDATE II: The Washington Post says Obama will win his home state of Illinois. NPR says he'll win Alabama. NPR also says that McCain will win New Jersey. CNN says Clinton will win Oklahoma. The Post also says McCain will win Illinois, and that Romney will win Massachusetts.
UPDATE III: The Post projects Clinton as the winner in Arkansas and and Tennessee. Huckabee also wins Arkansas, but McCain is now projected to win Connecticut and Delaware. And yes, I really do need to be on four different media sites to keep up with all this.
UPDATE IV: Clinton has won Massachusetts. NPR is calling New York for Clinton as well (no surprise there.)
UPDATE V: NPR projects Obama to win Alabama and Delaware. Yee-haw! Huckabee picks up Alabama.
UPDATE VI: Uh oh. Apparently officials in California weren't prepared for the number of independent voters going to the polls. Here's hoping that proves to be a minor problem.
UPDATE VII: Clinton nets Tennessee, Obama takes Kansas.
UPDATE VIII: Obama's plains states romp advances north into North Dakota. Huckabee is on NPR shilling for the "Fair Tax", declaring his intent to hang a "for sale" sign on the IRS, and defending the "culture of life." Naturally, he's doing well among southern Republicans.
UPDATE IX: Obama takes Connecticut. And Minnesota. And Utah, projected from exit polls I presume. Now McCain's biggest fan "Independent" Democrat Joe Lieberman is on NPR talking up McCain...how long until we can get rid of this buffoon?
UPDATE X: Obama takes Colorado and Idaho, but loses Arizona to Clinton.
UPDATE XI: Clinton takes Missouri, and everything's up in the air in California. Here's CNN's exit poll for California. Make of it what you will but Max Blumenthal and Charles Franklin say don't put too much faith in them.
UPDATE XII: I'm only nominally keeping track of the Republican side, but Huckabee has done quite well for himself in the South, ensuring that McCain will not be able to virtually lock up the nomination after today even if he trounces Romney and exposing the serious problems many of the right-wing Republicans have voting for a moderate like McCain.
UPDATE XIII: CNN is calling California for Clinton and McCain. Romney's toast. Naturally we here at TWM would have preferred an upset in California, but Obama has still done far, far better than projected only a couple of weeks ago and this race is still wide open. And the Texas Democratic primary might just count for something for once. Anyway, I'm done for the night. I'm sure Adam will get us a delegate tally at some point, but it's past my bedtime.