BREAKING NEWS ~ Kerry calls Bush to concede: AP Bernard Hibbitts at 11:11 AM ET
[JURIST] AP is reporting that John Kerry has called President Bush to concede the Presidential race.
UPDATE: ABC News is reporting that Kerry will make a concession speech at 1 PM ET in Boston. As early as this morning, the Kerry campaign had maintained that it would wait for all ballots to be counted in Ohio, but the Bush lead there looks increasingly insurmountable. ABC News has more on Kerry's concession.
UPDATE 2: According to the New York Times, Kerry conceded in a call to Bush at the White House, congratulating him and telling him that it was time to "unify this country." The New York Times has more.
UPDATE 3: CBS News is reporting that President Bush will give a victory speech at 3 PM ET.
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