Obama's sole challenger on the ballot is Tennessee attorney John Wolfe, who the chief executive is defeating 59-to-41-percent with 98-percent of the vote counted. Wolfe, who appeared live in studio during KARK 4 News at 10 p.m. Monday, put up one of his most impressive performances thus far.
On the GOP side of the race, Romney led his opponents on the ballot with 68-percent of the vote so far. Two of them, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum dropped out of the race after the ballots were printed. Ron Paul is still in the race.
With 98-percent of the votes in, Romney is the GOP winner.