GLENN: Give me abbreviated because the Dow is down 400 points now in the opening, opening bell at trading, but let's get the report for the election here now with Stu.
STU: All right, we'll talk about two quick Senate races. First of all we talked about Alaska yesterday which was very close. It went to, Stevens case went to deliberation and one of the jurors was apparently in trouble for violent outbursts during the deliberations. Others, other jurors asked her to be dismissed. Apparently getting a pep talk and trying to bring back. What happens if this thing goes to a hung -- it's so out of anyone's control at this point except for these 12 people. So it's incredible to watch. The other one is John Sununu who is in a race right now against, in New Hampshire against Jeanne Shaheen, down a little bit in the polls but it's certainly within striking distance. He is going to be joining us on the program in Hour 3 to talk about this race, as it's a vital one. He's, you know, one of the youngest members of the Senate and a very promising Republican long term as well. So it's going to be --
GLENN: Have you checked him out at all?
STU: Yeah, I've been looking into him and he's great on taxes and the Second Amendment, fantastic. So I mean, God, with the economy, it's a perfect day to have a guy on here that actually understands taxes, and he'll be on with us in Hour 3 of the program. Now the moment of hope.
The moment of hope is now defunct and we're now ending this segment. There will be no more hope on the program.
GLENN: That's not --
STU: It's executive decision here, Glenn.
We call two states every day in the presidential election.
GLENN: I know, making fun of me as I'm the guy who's so doom and gloom.
STU: Well, I mean --
GLENN: I wouldn't mind a little hope.
STU: I'm not a magician, Glenn. Today we call two states. Wisconsin for Barack Obama and Kentucky for John McCain. These are getting harder and harder to find, McCain states.
GLENN: We're starting to get in Indian territory where it's like, holy crap.
STU: New York for John McCain! 121 the official electoral vote counts for John McCain. Barack Obama, 77.