Election results will continually updated through the night. Surprises would be anything that would cause us to adjust our projection of Clinton winning with 322 to 328 EV. The Elections can also be followed on CNN.com.
Wins may be actual or projected wins. The % of vote in is shown on their site
11:35 pm Trump declared projector winner of Florida (29 EV), re-takes the lead with 216 to 196 EV.
11:30 pm Trump 171 Clinton 190
11:11 pm *** Trump projected winner in NC, considered to lean to Clinton, with 15 EV.
11:08 pm Trump leads FL by 131696 with 96% of vote. Around 360,000 votes to go, so Clinton would have to get around 70% of them to tie.
11:03 pm Trump leads in Wisconsin (10 EV) considered a solid or likely Clinton win.
11:01 pm Clinton wins CA, Clinton 190 Trump 171. CA was always considered a solid Clinton.
10:55 pm Path to Trump victory is open, with close races in Michigan, Florida, North Carolina and PA.
10:47 pm Clinton takes New Mexico and Virginia, both considered likely Clinton wins, tally now is Ttump 169 Clinton 109.
10:27 om Trump is the projected winner of Ohio. Trump now 167 EV to Clinton’s 109.
10:23 pm Trump leads in Florida by 135,000 votes and there is only 5% yet to process. I calculate that Clinton must get 65% of the remaining votes to tie Trump.
10:16 pm Trump 149 Clinton 109. All toss-up states are very close, and VA which was a leaning Clinton state.
9:52 Trump 136 Clinton 104
9:30 pm FL, NC and VA are close races. If Trump wins these states, Hillary may lose the election.
9:26 pm Trump 128 EV Clinton 97 EV
8:54 pm *** This will be no easy win for Clinton with Florida and NC still too close to call.
8:46 pm Race in North Carolina is tight. Clinton still leads with ~60,000 votes. 61% processed. Race in NC is critical with 15 EV.
8:43 pm Trump has a projected wins of 66 EV, Clinton 68, but if Trump takes FL, he’ll have 95 EV.
8:40 pm Trump ahead in FL by ~ 100,000 votes.
8:31 pm *** Trump may take Florida, in which case Clinton could still win with 293 EV (assuming she wins NC and NV, loses OH).
8:31 pm In Florida, Trump pulls ahead by 68,000 votes (0.7% lead)
8:22 pm In Florida, Trump pulls ahead by 4,000 votes (0.1% lead).
8:17 pm Florida remains extremely close, less than 200 votes apart!
8:13 pm In FL, Trump and Clinton differ by less than 4000 votes, 87% est. processed.
8:07 pm Trump and Clinton extremely close in Florida, with 77% of vote in. Clinton slightly ahead.
11/8/16 8:00 pm (EST) Trump 48 Clinton 68 No toss ups reporting yet, no surprises.