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Twittering Election Night: Help Me Obi Wolf Kenobi!

j6QZBpcoF0_thumb_yellin_11-4.jpgFBNY is back in our favorite place — the CNN Grill! Land of the free milkshake! We will be twittering from here tonight as well as updating with highlights from our twitter feed. Current favorite:

marklisanti NEW ADDITIONS TO CNN POLITICAL TEAM: Anakin Skywalker, Yoda, and Obi Wan Kenobi will be covering Obama’s victory jamboree. 20 minutes ago from web

If you fancy a live blog, TVNewser has got that covered.

  • anamariecox There are two enormous screens in the filing center: one shows CNN. One shows Fox. Only can hear Fox. McCain staff wants to believe.

  • FishbowlNYObama take Mass. Also NJ. Huge claps at the Grill. Well Liberal Media Elite sure knows how to eat well!
  • jdickerson: There are six light beams pointed towards the sky in downtown Chicago, presumably preparing for Obama’s decent from Heaven. 3 minutes ago from web
  • Lock: If you’re missing the wake on Fox News, you’re missing out. Kristol using quiet voice already. 1 minute ago from mobile web
  • brianstelter: We’re hearing that ZDF in Germany has called the presidential race for Obama. Can anyone confirm? Are other intl networks doing the same?
  • RachelSklar: That should be a lesson to us all: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy Christian neighbor. Kay Hagan, you are frickin’ steely.
  • marklisanti: Williams is interviewing Giuliani. Who, predictably, still likes McCain’s chances. And is dressed as the South Tower. No class, that guy.
  • Matthew Cooper: Thinking of a Republican Party without a Dole or Bush since Prescott Bush was elected U.S. Senator from Connecticut in 1952.
  • alexblagg: This feels like watching the opposite of 9/11. 25 minutes ago
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