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Election 2010: Get Your Results Right Here

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Tonight is election night, and chances are you want the inside scoop on the results before anyone else.

Well, you're in luck -- New Times staffers will be camped out at election headquarters, as well as at various election night parties, to make sure our readers get the results -- and reactions -- as soon as they're available.

The polls close at 7 p.m., and we expect to start getting some results after 8 p.m.

So check back to Valley Fever throughout the night for up-to-date coverage of campaign 2010. 

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