AP is struggling with some late results, but my math says Peter Shumlin is ahead by about 85 votes with some 30 towns to go.
AP's numbers don't include Middlebury, Middlesex and Springfield. Shumlin won Middlebury according to the Addison Independent, but we have Racine winning both Middlesex and Springfield. All told, it's about a 100-vote swing to Shumlin in those three towns. 100 minus Racine's 15-vote lead makes it about 85 to Shumlin with St. Albans the wild card.
Update ... Middlebury is now in to the AP, as is Springfield.
One poster on Shay Totten's blog is saying St. Albans delivered +67 votes to Racine, which puts it within a score of votes. No way we'll get 100 percent of the precincts tonight. A lot of the small-town clerks will have sent their numbers in to the state and gone to bed hours ago. That makes it too close to call. My gut says Shumlin, same as it did two weeks ago. It also says "time to feed me," so I think I will.