CHICAGO (AP) -- Obama thanks supporters on Twitter; `We're all in this together. That's how we campaigned'
First WA numbers in to KING 5. Keep in mind, these are very early and some of these will not be decided tonight.
Governor: Rob McKenna leads Jay Inslee 58 percent - 42 percent
R-74 (Same-sex marriage) - Approve: 43 percent, Reject: 57 percent
I-502 (Legalizing marijuana) - Approve 49.2 percent, Reject 50.8 percent
Attorney General: Dunn 56 percent, Ferguson 44 percent
NBC's Peter Alexander: Romney camp is not convinced Obama has won Ohio.
BREAKING NEWS -- NBC: Pres. Barack Obama projected to win re-election. He is the fourth Democrat in last 100 years to win a second term in office.
ABC, CBS, CNN and Fox News also projecting Obama win.
UPDATE: NBC's Peter Alexander reports people at the Romney party in Boston are not convinced Ohio will go to Obama. It may not make a difference because NBC's Chuck Todd reports Obama is up in Florida and Virginia.
SEATTLE -- A look at preliminary results from exit polling in Washington state conducted by Edison Media Research for The Associated Press and television networks:
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: Just 1 in 5 Republicans backed it, compared with more than 8 in 10 Democrats and a majority of independents.
Those who attend weekly church services were more strongly opposed to gay marriage. Just one quarter of weekly church goers backed legalization of same-sex marriage, while 4 out of 5 voters who never attend church favored it.
A majority of married women supported R-74, but married men broke against it.
TIGHT GOVERNOR RACE: Republican Rob McKenna had a slight lead among men in the razor-close governor's race, while Democrat Jay Inslee had a slight lead among women.
Among moderates, Inslee had an edge over McKenna, who has painted himself as a moderate to win in this liberal-leaning state. McKenna had the edge among independents.
LEGALIZING MARIJUANA: The campaign to legalize marijuana found support among liberals and moderates, Democrats and those with more than a high school degree.
Opposition came from voters 65 and older, conservatives, Republicans, and those with a high school degree or less.
Weekly church goers rejected the measure, while those who said they never attend religious services or considered themselves occasional church-goers favored legalizing pot.
The initiative led among voters with family incomes of $100,000 or more, but was about even in lower income groups.
ECONOMY: Washington voters were focused on the economy with a majority calling it the top problem facing the country -- though more voters say it's on the mend than think it's getting worse. Just over 1 in 5 say the economy is now excellent or good.
On a personal level, about half of voters here said rising prices were the biggest economic problem affecting them, while a quarter of voters said unemployment was hitting them hardest.
NBC's Peter Alexander: Advisers say Romney has not yet called Obama to concede. One person inside campaign says Romney's "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" Op-Ed in the New York Times was a big reason for the projected Obama win.
NBC reports Romney camp still questioning whether Obama has won Ohio, but Pres. Obama is leading in Nevada and Colorado, which is still enough to get him over the top.