Thanks for posting this. All of the web pages are subject to further changes, but the Indiana Secretary of State web page appears to be the most authoritative, and the most up to date.
The Wikipedia, AP, and CNN web pages are clearly showing projections, not actual results. (Just read them. Some people can still read, right?)
The Indiana SOS page appears to be the latest real vote tally, but the results are not “official” until the votes are certified. The SOS pages describe that process in detail.
At the moment,
says Obama got 364 electoral votes, McCain 162.
has the same electoral vote totals.
has 349 electoral votes for Obama, 163 for McCain.
All 3 (CNN, AP, Wikipedia) show Indiana (11 electoral votes) for Obama.
The apparent change for Indiana won’t affect the outcome of the election, but it is good to set the record straight.
And it is interesting that 2 days after the election, the lamestream press can’t bother to gather up easily accessible facts and report them accurately.