Stephanie Hallett
November 08, 2016 7:49 pm
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Tonight, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are facing off for the presidency. It’s been one of the most emotionally challenging and politically divisive elections in recent memory, and we’re anxiously awaiting the outcome. In the meantime, we’re tracking states where Trump has won the election (and keeping an eye on Clinton, too).

To win the presidency, a candidate must lock in 270 Electoral College votes (click here for a refresher on how that system works). It’s going to be a long night, but we’ll be updating this post as the results come in, so keep an on the electoral vote tally at the bottom of this post to find out who’s close — and who’s closer.

Louisiana

Electoral College votes: 8

Montana

Electoral College votes: 3

Arkansas

Electoral College votes: 6

Texas

Electoral College votes: 38

Kansas

Electoral College votes: 6

Wyoming

Electoral College votes: 3

South Dakota

Electoral College votes: 3

North Dakota

Electoral College votes: 3

Mississippi

Electoral College votes: 6

Alabama

Electoral College votes: 9

Tennessee

Electoral College votes: 11

South Carolina

Electoral College votes: 9

Oklahoma

Electoral College votes: 7

West Virginia

Electoral College votes: 5

Kentucky

Electoral College votes: 8

Nebraska

Electoral College votes: 5

Indiana

Electoral College votes: 11

Missouri

Electoral College votes: 10

Ohio

Electoral College votes: 18

Idaho

Electoral College votes: 4

North Carolina

Electoral College votes: 15

Florida

Electoral College votes: 29

Georgia

Electoral College votes: 16

Utah

Electoral College votes: 6

Iowa

Electoral College votes: 6

Pennsylvania

Electoral College votes: 20

Maine

Electoral College votes: 1

Wisconsin

Electoral College votes: 10

Alaska

Electoral College votes: 3

Electoral College vote total: 279

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