Two candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump have been going head to head in the campaign. Tonight we will find out who is going to be the 45th President of United States of America. Join us for live coverage.
Donald Trump projected as the President of United States of America
Clinton wins Nevada
New Hampshire, Michigan, Pennsylvania still too close to call. Votes counting underway
Clinton and Trump head to head in Pennsylvania 48.2% for both candidates
US stock down as Donald Trump opens path to White House
This is a bad night for Obama too. No continuity for his policy
Trump wins in Iowa. Trump 238 Clinton 209
President Donald Trump looks likely. Clinton loosing Pennsylvania
Clinton’s supporters in shock. Some cry, some even leave the HQ in NYC
Trump is getting closer to the White House
New Hampshire may play a crucial role in 2016 elections but it is too early to call
Trump wins Georgia (16 votes)
Trump wins 22 states, Clinton 16
Washington goes to Clinton
Victory in Florida makes Trump a clear favourite to win 2016 Presidential Elections
Trump wins Florida with 29 electoral votes. But the gap is very small.
Both candidates so close in Michigan, Iowa taken by Trump
Clinton wins Oregon, Nebraska goes to Trump
Clinton still ahead 197 Trump 187
Key state North Carolina goes red for Trump
Michigan, Wisconsin goes to Trump
Worldwide markets affected by uncertainty in America
Clinton 190 Trump 171
California goes to Clinton, Trump leads in Arizona
Some positives about 2016 elections
5 mins until polls in five western states close
Trump 167 Clinton 131
CNN projects Colorado will go to Cinton
Trump wins Ohio, Clinton wins Virginia
Michigan goes to Trump, Wisconsin as well
Trump 167 votes Clinton 109
Trump wins key state Ohio. Trump takes lead in: Florida, Wisconsin, Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia, New Hampshire, Clinton ahead over Trump in: Virginia,Colorado, Iowa, Pennsylvania,
CNN projects: Trump will win Montana, key states still too early to call
It is becoming red on the electoral map!
Both candidates need 270 electoral votes to win. Projection: Trump 139 Clinton 104
It is a nail-biter in Florida
Dow Futures down nearly 500 points
Trump wins: Florida, North Carlina, Ohio,Georgia, New Hampshire Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona Clinton wins: Virginia, Colorado, Pennsylvania,
Next polls are closing now: Iowa, Nevada, Utah
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Louisiana seems to be a red state and gives Trump 8 more votes. That’s us at the halfway point – 25 states projected and Trump leads 137-104. It’s still an early race though…
So far in the popular vote, Clinton has taken 46% of the votes and Trump has 50%. Bear in mind that many states that Clinton is expected to take are still voting or still counting. Still, not great news for the Democrats…
If you imagine Connecticut is blue and Arkansas is red then this is an up to date map of how America is looking so far tonight. Again, still a long way to go…
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 9, 2016
ABC have projected a few more states – Arkansas is Trump country. That takes the Republican to 129.
Clinton takes Connecticut to take her total to 104.
ABC projects six more states for Trump and the one – New York – for Clinton.
Trump has taken Texas, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming bringing his total 123 electoral votes to Clinton’s 97.
More states to close which means more states to project results. Will a clearer picture emerge?
Florida keeps flip-flopping back between Trump and Clinton. No matter who is leading it has been 49-48 the whole time. It’s worth 29 electoral votes so it could be a major player…
It’s Trump with the narrow lead in the Orange State as of right now but it could and likely will change before the end.
Trump is projected to win Alabama – that brings his tally to 66, just two behind Clinton.
This is how America is being painted after 14 states’ results being called. A lot of white to fill in though…
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 9, 2016
Trump is projected to win Tennessee and South Carolina
This brings his tally to 57, eleven behind Clinton’s 68.
Former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is back in the Senate in Florida
— Miami Herald (@MiamiHerald) November 9, 2016
Clinton projected for victories in New Jersey, the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Maryland, Delaware, Illinois and Rhode Island.
Trump takes Mississippi and Oklahoma.
Clinton takes the lead with 68, Trump has 37
Hello, a slight change of personnel for next couple of hours as Veronica takes a well earned break. I’m Stuart and I will be your guide for the next two hours of this historic US election. More results are due soon.
Results are still very early
Trump a definite winner in Indiana
Trump wins Florida, the difference is very little
Georgia, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina too early to call
Trump wins Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia, Clinton wins Vermont
Polls in North Carolina, Ohio, close
Clinton takes over Florida
Trump wins Georgia
Florida: Trump 49.1%, Clinton 48.2%
Trump wins Florida, Clinton wins Vermont
Some voting extended in key North Carolina county due to earlier computer problems
Clinton wins Vermont, Trump: Kentucky and Indiana
Georgia, Virginia, South Carolina too early to call
Polls close in next 6 states.
It becomes hotter for both candidates as polls in 6 states close in less than 3 mins
Old friends yesterday racing to the White House today…
Next polls close in 30 mins.
Latest: Early results
Kentucky (8 electoral votes) Trump 68.3% Clinton 28.1%,
Indiana (11 electoral votes) Trump 70.1% Clinton 26.1%
Preliminary exit polling data shows that one in five Clinton voters said they chiefly oppose the other candidate, and 27% of Trump supporters said the same.
Turnout rates among Republicans, Democrats and Independents look like they’ll be comparable to 2012 based on this very early information.
A suit has just been filed with a superior court in North Carolina calling for an emergency order to force the state board of election to keep the Durham County polling places open until 9pm tonight. Voting has been severely disrupted there by a county-wide failure of voting machines, and the Southern Coalition for Social Justice that has brought the lawsuit says that polling times should be extended to make up for that.
If the suit is successful that could push back the outcome of the North Carolina vote which is hotly contested by Clinton and Trump late into the evening.
Latest: Colorado’s statewide voter registration systems are down. Colorado is a same-day registration state, which means that for those who are arriving at their polling stations with the intent to register and vote, they are being provided with provisional ballots.
There have been reports of several problems, from long lines to faulty technology and sporadic reports of intimidation.
As America decides about its future we are just hours from finding out who is going to be the next president. Clinton or Trump? Trump or Clinton? First polls close at Stay with us for live updates!