My watch says 8 p.m. Primary Day 2007 is over, my friends.
Any voter in line before the deadline will be allowed to vote, and then the counting begins. We could have our likely next mayor before midnight.
Or, as AP let us know just a bit ago, if the race is too close to call around 12:30 a.m. the counting operation will cease and they'll be counting the provisional and absentee ballots for the next week.
We're hoping it's over by midnight. Eleven would be even better. Call it by 10 and we'll bow down and kiss your feet.
Stay tuned to the FFR215 for updates throughout the night as we station reporters at many of the campaign's parties and, more importantly, at the election bureau where the final results are coming in.
Your Metro/FFR215 team includes: Josh Cornfield, Brian X. McCrone and Mike Benner traveling around to different parties, while Rikard Larma, Cody Glenn and Andre Pascoe point and shoot their cameras. Tom Rice mans the election bureau, while editors Ron Varrial, Stephanie Hinderer and Adam Levitan
eat pizza in the office watch over the operation from Metro HQ.
It's been an exciting four months; now get ready for the final four hours.