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Bryan M. Wolfe
| November 5, 2012
After The Voting Ends, Check Out These Apps For The Results
The 2012 U.S. presidential election is finally coming to a close. Hopefully, by the end of tomorrow, Nov. 6, we’ll have a winner. To see how America votes, we suggest downloading one of the following apps. NBC Politics[/caption] To be elected president, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney needs to win 270 electoral votes, no matter the popular vote total. NBC’s official political app includes a “Play the “what if” game!” that will be transformed on election night into the real Electoral College map. It will also include a voting breakdown by state. Think NBC is too liberal? Not tomorrow night when they'll have to report the actual results. The Wall Street Journal removes their pay wall beginning at 5 p.m. EST on election night. Come here to see up-to-the-minute news from across the U.S. Freebie coverage is also available at WSJ.com. Tweetbot[/caption] Our favorite Twitter client is also the fastest to refresh timelines, which is important on a night when the news will be constantly in motion. And yes, it is well worth the price of admission.