Poll closing times: Key presidential, Senate, House states

Here is a list of the key poll closing times for the presidential race and down-ticket contests. All times are in Eastern Standard, incumbent party listed first.

PRESIDENT

7 p.m.: Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia

7:30 p.m.: North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia

8 p.m.: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Florida, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee

8:30 p.m.: Arkansas

9 p.m.: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming

10 p.m.: Iowa, Montana, Nevada, Utah

11 p.m.: California, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon, Washington

1 a.m: Alaska

SENATE

7 p.m.: Virginia (Democrat Tim Kaine vs. Republican George Allen), Indiana (Republican Richard Mourdock vs. Democrat Joe Donnelly)

7:30 p.m.: Ohio (Democrat Sherrod Brown vs. Republican Josh Mandel)

8 p.m.: Connecticut (Democrat Chris Murphy vs. Republican Linda McMahon), Florida (Democrat Bill Nelson vs. Republican Connie Mack) Maine (Republican Charlie Summers vs. Independent Angus King vs. Democrat Cynthia Dill), Massachusetts (Republican Scott Brown vs. Democrat Elizabeth Warren), Missouri (Democrat Claire McCaskill vs. Republican Todd Akin), Pennsylvania (Democrat Bob Casey Jr. vs. Republican Tom Smith)

9 p.m.: Arizona (Republican Jeff Flake vs. Democrat Richard Carmona), Nebraska (Democrat Bob Kerrey vs. Republican Deb Fischer), North Dakota (Democrat Heidi Heitkamp vs. Republican Rick Berg), Wisconsin (Democrat Tammy Baldwin vs. Republican Tommy Thompson)

10 p.m.: Montana (Democrat Jon Tester vs. Republican Denny Rehberg), Nevada (Republican Dean Heller vs. Democrat Shelley Berkley)

11 p.m.  Hawaii (Democrat Mazie Hirono vs Republican Linda Lingle)

HOUSE

7 p.m.: Georgia (Rep. John Barrow (D)), Kentucky (Rep. Ben Chandler (D))

7:30 p.m.: North Carolina (Rep. Mike McIntyre (D), Rep. Larry Kissel (D)), Ohio (Rep. Jim Renacci (R) vs. Rep. Betty Sutton (D); Rep. Bill Johnson (R))

8 p.m.: Connecticut (CT-5, Democratic open seat), Florida (Rep. Dan Webster (R); Rep. Allen West (R); Rep. David Rivera (R); FL-22, Republican open seat), Illinois (Rep. Joe Walsh (R); Rep. Bob Dold (R); Rep. Judy Biggert (R); Rep. Bobby Schilling (R); IL-12, Democratic open seat; IL-13, Republican open seat), Maryland (Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R)), Massachusetts (Rep. John Tierney (D)), New Hampshire (Rep. Charlie Bass (R); Rep. Frank Guinta (R)), Pennsylvania (Rep. Mark Critz (D)), Rhode Island (Rep. David Cicilline (D))

9 p.m.: Arizona (AZ-1, Republican open seat; AZ-9, new seat), Colorado (Rep. Mike Coffman (R)), Michigan (Rep. Dan Benishek (R)), Louisiana (Rep. Charles Boustany Jr. (R) vs. Rep. Jeff Landry (R)), Minnesota (Rep. Chip Cravaack (R); Rep. Michele Bachmann (R)) New York (Rep. Tim Bishop (D); Rep. Kathy Hochul (D); Rep. Nan Hayworth (R); Rep. Chris Gibson (R); Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (R)), Texas (Rep. Francisco "Quico" Canseco (R); TX-14, Republican open seat), Wisconsin (Rep. Sean Duffy (R))

10 p.m.: Iowa (Rep. Steve King (R), Rep. Tom Latham (R) vs. Rep. Leonard Boswell (D)), Nevada (Rep. Joe Heck (R), NV-4, new seat), Utah (Rep. Jim Matheson (D))

11 p.m.: California (Rep. Dan Lungren (R); Rep. Jeff Denham (R); Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R); Rep. Brian Bilbray (R); Rep. Lois Capps (D); CA-26, Republican open seat)

— This post was updated at 5:34 p.m.