Stephanie Hallett
November 08, 2016 8:42 pm
EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ/AFP/Getty Images

Whether she wins tonight or not, Hillary Clinton’s run for the presidency has been historic. She’s the first woman to ever win the nomination of a major political party — and that’s a pretty major glass ceiling to shatter. We’ve been watching her campaign closely, and tonight we’re tracking states where Clinton has won the election.

While most pollsters expected Clinton to win before this night got underway, the race appears to be closer than previously expected. To win, a candidate needs 270 Electoral College votes (click here for a primer on how that system works) — so keep checking back with us here to find out where Clinton has won (and click here to keep track of Trump’s numbers).

Colorado

Electoral College votes: 9

New Mexico

Electoral College votes: 5

Illinois

Electoral College votes: 20

New York

Electoral College votes: 29

Massachusetts

Electoral College votes: 11

Connecticut

Electoral College votes: 7

California

Electoral College votes: 55

Hawaii

Electoral College votes: 4

Maryland

Electoral College votes: 10

District of Columbia

Electoral College votes: 3

Rhode Island

Electoral College votes: 4

Oregon

Electoral College votes: 7

New Jersey

Electoral College votes: 14

Delaware

Electoral College votes: 3

Vermont

Electoral College votes: 3

Virginia

Electoral College votes: 13

Washington

Electoral College votes: 12

Nevada

Electoral College votes: 6

Maine

Electoral College votes: 3

Electoral College vote total: 218

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