Google is doing a nice job. A clean clear interface with graphs and tallies in the right sidebar and breaking news stories in the center of the page. Google seems a little less conservative with their projections than others, I’ll stick with the New York Times for numbers I can trust.
Over in the UK The Guardian has something I haven’t seen elsewhere. There is a tab on their map that lets you see a map where each state is drawn such that its area is proportionate to the number of electoral votes it represents, very cool. Additionally they offer three shades of coloring on the map to indicate varying degrees of leads in addition to wins. Very nice web design and programming!
Current NY Times count, Obama: 159 electoral votes and McCain 49. Google and The Guardian agree on 202 for Obama and 80 for McCain. Blue is up 3 seats in both the house and senate.
Congrats to Fox News, their online map now shows color on states, but just one shade. Strange thing is that they are showing zero electoral votes for either candidate. Looks like they should put some more money and talent into their web development team.