From what I saw in North Saint Louis today and heard about from around North Saint Louis County, it's hard for me to imagine McCain winning Missouri.
For those who don't know, North City and County are heavily African American and the turnout was off the charts. I worked Ward 1, Prcts 1,2&5. More than 2200 votes (I saw two white people vote all day) were cast by days end. 1800 votes by 11 AM.
The polls in MO open at 6 AM and when I arrived at 5:30AM more than 200 people were in line with the line eventually hitting 500 people. On my way home I drove past a second North City polling place at 7:45 PM (45 minutes after they closed) and they appeared to still be voting.
I can't see how McCain is not swamped by this turnout. McCain needs to lead 'outstate' (all of MO between Kansas City (Jackson County) and Saint Louis) by very large numbers to hold MO, and so far, he's not doing that. Saint Louis City, County and Jackson are always the last to report and they will be coming in tonight in a tidal wave.