6:00 p.m. NBC News, Fox News, and CNN all project Barack Obama and John McCain the winners of the Vermont primary. This marks Obama’s 11th straight victory. Obama has now won 24 states plus D.C. and the Virgin Islands. McCain has won 17 states plus D.C.

6:07 p.m. Despite Obama’s victory in Vermont – which the Clinton campaign never expected to win – the media’s pre-game analysis has been cautiously optimistic, in terms of what tonight’s results will bring from the Clinton perspective.

6:45 p.m. Democratic (3% reporting)
Obama = 57%
Clinton = 41%

6:45 p.m. Republican (3% reporting)
McCain = 75%
Huckabee = 13%
Paul = 4%

6:58 p.m. Democratic (7% reporting)
Obama = 59%
Clinton = 39%

6:58 p.m. Republican (7% reporting)
McCain = 72%
Huckabee = 15%
Paul = 6%

7:05 p.m. Democratic (10% reporting)
Obama = 59%
Clinton = 39%

7:05 p.m. Republican (10% reporting)
McCain = 70%
Huckabee = 15%
Paul = 7%

7:25 p.m. Democratic (22% reporting)
Obama = 59%
Clinton = 39%

7:25 p.m. Republican (22% reporting)
McCain = 71%
Huckabee = 16%
Paul = 6%

7:58 p.m. Democratic (37% reporting)
Obama = 59%
Clinton = 39%

7:58 p.m. Republican (37% reporting)
McCain = 72%
Huckabee = 15%
Paul = 6%

8:21 p.m. Democratic (43% reporting)
Obama = 59%
Clinton = 39%

8:21 p.m. Republican (43% reporting)
McCain = 72%
Huckabee = 15%
Paul = 7%

9:18 p.m. Democratic (70% reporting)
Obama = 60%
Clinton = 38%

9:18 p.m. Republican (70% reporting)
McCain = 72%
Huckabee = 14%
Paul = 7%

11:51 p.m. Democratic (85% reporting)
Obama = 60%
Clinton = 38%

11:51 p.m. Republican (85% reporting)
McCain = 72%
Huckabee = 14%
Paul = 7%