From the RealClearPolitics liveblog:
8:15pm The town of Bolton is all the way in. It is 57%-42% for Brown. In 2002, it went 61%-32% for Romney. Not a great sign for Brown. – Sean Trende
8:14pm We have our first results. Scattered precincts in some smaller towns are showing a 55-44 Brown win. Seven down, 2,161 to go. By the way, Massachusetts, like most New England states, reports by city, not county. That makes election analysis especially painful, unless you know the state really well. – Sean Trende
8:12pm An election-day poll from Rasmussen found that 22 percent of Democrats voted for Brown. A hint of good news for Coakley: among those who decided in final days, she leads 47-41% — Mike Memoli
Meanwhile, with 1 percent in, CNN says it’s Brown 54 percent Coakley 45 percent.