Erie County GOP Chairman Nick Langworthy will win today even if Carl Paladino doesn’t.

A WFP member informs me he was roboed by Paladino. (No link).

DC37 feels snubbed by Andrew Cuomo and is focused on helping Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.

Suffolk County GOP Chairman John Jay LaValle said turnout is high in NY-1.

President Obama will be discussing the results of today’s elections at the White House tomorrow afternoon.

Mayor Bloomberg had a better voting experience today than on Sept. 14.

Gov. David Paterson was incognito at his Harlem polling site. Rep. Charlie Rangel, not so much.

NYT photog Nat Brooks talks about covering the Capitol.

Voter enrollment numbers were updated.

Senate Minority Leader Dean Skelos says his conference will act differently than it did the last time around if it wins back the majority.

A Democratic source says a volunteer for Sen. Brian Foley was shot with a pellet gun while putting up campaign signs.

Revenue is down, the deficit is up.

Why we vote on Tuesdays, explained.

This commentator thinks “Client 9″ doesn’t answer the real question behind the Eliot Spitzer scandal.

Bloomberg is boosting the fashion industry.

Goodbye ACORN, once and for all.

Election Day Foursquare.

Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch said he supports Staten Island DA Dan Donovan for AG because he wants someone in Albany who’s “not part of the operation.”

Republicans got a court order to impound all the absentee ballots.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s son, Henry, had some fun with the YNN mic today.