Proportion of popular vote: 47.6%.
Electoral votes: 275 (i.e. a real squeaker).
Margin in Ohio: Less than
Length of time Republicans contest result: 3 weeks.
Supreme Court majority will: be assholes about the whole thing.
Basically, I'm expecting Virginia and Florida to go for Romney (along with Colorado), Pennsylvania to be end up going for Obama by too great a margin for the Romney Campaign to see any point in contesting it.
Ohio, though, will go to Obama, but narrowly enough for the GOP to make all sorts of noises about it being too close to call and there needing to be recounts. Like with Florida in 2000, only with voter suppression having prevented the true winner from winning by more rather than flipping the whole thing, and with five cockmonkeys on the Supreme Court who'll want to overturn the results, rather than ensuring it stays the same through the most chickenshit method possible.
(I'm not predicting an actual overturning, for the record, but a few weeks of political wrangling and general soul-crushing doesn't seem beyond the boundaries of possibility.)
Anyway, I'll probably be liveblogging the election itself, at least insofar as I'll have access to my computer whilst I watch the coverage and drink myself into oblivion. Kick-off time will be 20:00 GMT, to give me time to get back from tutoring the minds of tomorrow.