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— 11:30pm EST—
Trump wins Wisconsin and Iowa and is now in the lead with 238 electoral votes while Clinton has 209.
— 11:00pm EST—
Donald Trump wins Florida and Hillary Clinton wins California.
— 10:50pm EST—
Hillary Clinton has won Colorado and Virginia. Clinton now has 131 electoral votes while Trump is still in the lead with 167.
— 10:25pm EST—
Donald Trump wins Ohio bringing him up to 167 electoral votes.
— 10:15pm EST—
Donald Trump wins Missouri and Hillary Clinton wins New Mexico. Trump now has 149 electoral votes while Clinton has 109.
— 10:00pm EST—
Donald Trump wins Montana and gains another 3 electoral votes bringing him to 139 while Clinton remains at 104.
— 9:40pm EST—
Donald Trump wins Louisiana and Hillary Clinton wins Connecticut.
Donald Trump now has 136 electoral votes while Hillary Clinton has 104.
Trump now has 128 electoral votes while Clinton has 97.
Trump wins Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Wyoming, Arkansas, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Clinton wins New York.
So far Trump has 13 states while Clinton has eight and Washington D.C..
DONALD TRUMP AND HILLARY CLINTON WIN MORE STATES.
Clinton now has 68 electoral votes and Trump has 66.
Clinton wins Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware, and Dist. of Columbia.
Trump wins Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina and Mississippi,
— 7:30pm EST —
DONALD TRUMP WINS WEST VIRGINIA.
Trump currently has 24 electoral votes while Clinton has 3.
— 7:00pm EST—
DONALD TRUMP WINS KENTUCKY AND INDIANA.
CLINTON WINS VERMONT.
— 6:05pm EST —
Fox News is reporting first Exit Poll results.
— 3:00pm EST —
Another early exit poll by Politico shows Clinton winning the ground game with more voters saying her campaign contacted them by phone or in person than Donald Trump’s. Seventeen percent of voters said they were contacted by the Clinton campaign and urged to vote as opposed to the eight percent who said they were contacted by Trump. While 9% said they were contacted by both campaigns, a whopping 62% said they were contacted by neither.
— 2:00pm EST—
Donald Trump’s campaign files a lawsuit against the Clark county registrar accusing him of keeping early voting open two hours longer than closing time in order to help Democrats obtain more votes. On Friday, the county obtained a record breaking 57,000 votes by 10pm, and one polling location in particular was “instructed by the Registrar to keep this polling location open until the market closed at 10 p.m.”
On Sunday, Trump Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told CNN that the campaign has no objection if the polling location in fact stayed open longer just to accommodate those already waiting on the long line but added “we don’t know that that’s true.”
— 12:45 pm EST —
A Politico Exit Poll shows that more voters in 2016 are looking a stronger leader than in 2012. According to the polling, 36% of voters said they want a strong leader which is twice as much as wanted the same in 2012. Donald Trump’s team has been focused on pushing Trump as a “strong leader” throughout the campaign.