The Eisenthal Report is coming to you tonight from the residence of Blair and Mark Stephens, known in West Brookfield as the "hosts with the most."
Here, an election night crowd, mostly supporters of Sen. Barack Obama and other Democrats down-ticket, awaits the first results with anticipation and no little nervousness.
If the polls are accurate, Barack Obama should be on course to become the 44th President of the United States. Democrats should also be poised to make major gains in both the U.S. House and Senate.
Within the hour, polls will close in Indiana, South Carolina, and Kentucky. The latter two states are nearly sure bets to be picked up by Sen. John McCain, but Indiana has been in furious contention. An early call of Indiana for Sen. Obama might signal the beginning of a huge night for the Democrats.