Here's a guide to election results for Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, and the state of Michigan, with a few races around the Upper Peninsula added in.
Where to watch the results live:
County offices - the county clerk, Larry Kestenbaum, is hosting an election night at the county offices (Main and Ann) with vote reporting, food, local politicos, what passes for a press corps, and probably a few bloggers. Starts at 8pm, non-partisan. The Ann Arbor Chronicle was there, as were a number of candidates for local offices checking their vote totals. Food: chicken wings, wraps. Drink: diet lime Coca-Cola, decaf Coca-Cola. No alcohol.
Arbor Brewing Company will have festivities; it's a Democratic Party kind of place. Three rooms full of people, lots of smoke. Beer.
Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti will have festivities; is also a Democratic Party kind of place. Reports were that it was packed. Beer.
Cafe Felix is hosting the event for the Drinking Liberally group. Lots of happy people when the McCain concession speech happened. Wine drinkers, "champagne toasts available".
GEO/LEO above Liberty Square. Grad students and lecturers, very happy, drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon.
The Undergraduate Library on the U of Michigan campus has an event from 7pm-10pm with live data from the net plus Presidential Bingo, free coffee and snacks, and electoral maps you can color.
State Street on the U of Michigan campus had an impromptu parade at midnight for the Obama speech; State and Liberty was blocked off. (I'm counting on the Michigan Daily to get a photo; here's their photo series on Flickr of the day's events.)
Good places to discuss local politics online:
Arbor Update will always have someone to take sides and is good with local news, in part because local politicians will regularly be found commenting.
The Ann Arbor Chronicle is spending the day visiting polling places.
Larry Kestenbaum, county clerk and register of deeds for Washtenaw County, keeps us informed on his blog; he'll probably have a report when the dust settles.
The official sources:
CNN has results on many but not all races.
MLive (Booth Newspapers, publisher of the Ann Arbor News) has totals on the front page.
Detroit News has totals for statewide races on the front page.
Detroit Free Press election coverage includes stories with reader comments.
Huffington Post has a page of election results trackers
FiveThirtyEight has been tracking polls all campaign season and will do play-by-play after the fact.
YourStreet - Ann Arbor, MI: general Ann Arbor coverage, no separate politics/elections category
Outside In - Ann Arbor, MI elections: better and more focused coverage
Topix - Ann Arbor, MI: news, traffic, weather, and most anything else
This is as of 12:22am; I'm just taking notes on what's obvious right now and making links to what looks like the official results. No where near all of the Michigan counties have reported in yet.
President: Obama projected to win Michigan handily; unofficial results incomplete.
Senate: Levin projected to win
House: 15th (Washtenaw/Wayne) Dingell - can't imagine him losing
Judge: District 25 Circuit Court (Marquette Co) Mazzuchi vs Koch (official), Mazzuchi leads 55-45 with 38 of 40 precincts counted
Judge: 15th District (Washtenaw County) Easthope vs Gutenberg (official), Easthope leads 52-47 with 42 of 48 counted
Community College: Washtenaw Community College millage (official) leading 67-33 with 73% counted.
There's more, but...there's a lot more. You have enough links to find it.