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Tuesday, November 07, 2006
White House: Bush staying up past his bedtime
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush usually goes to bed early, but he's expected to stay up past his bedtime tonight to watch the election results, according to White House Press Secretary Tony Snow.

Snow said the loss of Senate seats in Ohio and Pennsylvania was expected. He said they are keeping a close eye on Montana and Missouri, and that they feel confident about holding onto Tennessee.

As for the mood at the White House, Snow said it was one of anticipation. He said Karl Rove and others are eager to get outstanding information from precincts that are still out. Bush will speak tomorrow.

-- CNN White House Correspondent Suzanne Malveaux
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