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Barack Obama has won 303 electoral college votes in the US election compared to Mitt Romney's 206.
Florida, which has 29 electoral votes, is the only state yet to declare - the President currently has a slender lead in the sunshine state.
Barack Obama has won 303 electoral college votes so far - surpassing the 270 needed for victory - in the US election.
Florida is too close to call for a projected result but the President holds a slender lead over his rival Mitt Romney in the sunshine state.
BuzzFeed's political reporter Zeke Miller has tweeted:
According to NBC Barack Obama is the projected winner in Nevada.
The only state that has not yet been projected is Florida.
Barack Obama has won the 13 electoral college votes from Virginia, according to NBC News projections.
Mitt Romney has taken Alaska's three electoral college votes, according to NBC News projections.
That projected result leaves Barack Obama with 284 projected votes and Romney with 206.
Obama: Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, Hawaii, California, Washington, Colorado, Ohio, Iowa, Oregon
Romney: Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, Missouri, Arizona, Idaho
Initial reports upon the declaration of Obama's re-election claimed that the President had won Florida, although this has yet to be confirmed.
NBC has called Florida for Obama, pushing the President over the 270 vote mark to win re-election.