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November 12, 2012
4) The election is barely over, but former Lexington Mayor Teresa Isaac (D) is already considering a run in Kentucky's 6th District. Republican Andy Barr, just won the seat from Democratic Rep. Ben Chandler. 3) After days of counting ballot's in the state's all-mail election, former Democratic Rep. Jay Inslee will become Washington's 23rd governor. The Associated Press projected Friday that Inslee would defeat Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna by a narrow 51 percent to 49 percent margin, with 79 percent of precincts reporting. 2) Florida was called for President Obama. That gives Obama 332 electoral votes, with Mitt Romney at 206. 1) The trouble isn't entirely over in Florida: Though Patrick Murphy continues to lead Allen West, R-Fla., by a number of votes outside the automatic recount margin, West refuses to concede. The campaign wants to see sign-in books in St. Lucie County, where Murphy won, claiming votes were counted twice.
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