*** Trump v. Clinton: Live Election Results & Analysis ***

As US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton wrap up their campaigns the day before the election, some 40 m illion Americans have already cast ballots through early voting

Can Donald Trump sweep the battleground states and pick off a “blue” state like Michigan and/or New Hampshire to shock the political world tonight?

There is also plenty at stake in the down-ballot races as both parties fight to control the Senate. Democrats need to gain four seats to control the Senate if Hillary Clinton wins the White House or five seats if Trump wins.

And regardless of what happens in the election, look for the usual mainstream media hacks, liberals, and their globalism-first allies on the right to immediately use whatever excuse they can find to aggressively push more amnesty and “immigration reform” with unlimited guest-worker visas for foreign workers. The media will also put a spotlight on the battles on the right even though there may be as much discord on left after tonight.

Stay tuned to Breitbart News throughout the evening and morning.

All times eastern.


Here are the Senate races to watch tonight:

Toss-up races:

Pennsylvania (Incumbent GOP Sen. Pat Toomey vs. Katie McGinty)–race called for Toomey.
Nevada (Rep. Joe Heck vs. Catherine Cortez Masto for open seat)–race called for Dem. Cortez Masto.
New Hampshire (Incumbent GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte vs. Gov Maggie Hassan)
Missouri (Incumbent GOP Sen. Roy Blunt vs. Jason Kander)–race called for Blunt.
Wisconsin (Incumbent GOP Sen. Ron Johnson vs. Russ Feingold)–Johnson projected to win.

Likely Dem:

Illinois (Incumbent GOP Sen. Mark Kirk vs. Rep. Tammy Duckworth)–race called for Dem. Duckworth.

Leaning GOP:
North Carolina (Incumbent GOP Sen. Richard Burr vs. Deborah Ross)–race called for Burr.
Indiana (GOP State Rep. Todd Young vs. Evan Bayh for open seat)– race called for Young.
Florida (Incumbent GOP Sen. Marco Rubio vs. Rep. Patrick Murphy) — race called for Rubio.

Ohio (Incumbent GOP Sen. Rob Portman vs. Ted Strickland) — called for Portman.
Arizona (Incumbent GOP Sen. John McCain vs. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick)–race called for McCain.


3:02: Trump says while the campaign is over, the work on this movement is really just beginning. 

2:54: Trump says “we must reclaim our country’s destiny” and “dream bold.” Trump says he wants to tell the world that while he will always put America’s interest first, we will deal with everyone fairly and seek common ground and partnership instead of hostility. Trump now thanks his parents, who he says are looking down on him now. He thanks his sisters and brother and late brother Fred. He thanks his children and wife. He thanks Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon, Jeff Sessions, Rudy Giuliani, Ben Carson, Reince Priebus and many others who helped him win. 

2:48: Trump thanks the audience. He says he has just received a call from Secretary Clinton. “She congratulated us… on our victory, and I congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign,” he says. Trump says Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a “major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division…” Trump says to all Republicans, Democrats, and independents to come together as one, united people. He pledges to be a President for “all Americans.” Trump says he is reaching out to those who did not choose to support him so we can work together and “unify our great country.” Trump says “ours was not a campaign” but an “incredible and great movement made up of millions of hard-working” people who love our country and want a better future for their families. He says it was a movement made up of people of all races, religions, and backgrounds who want the government to serve them. He says “we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding the nation and the American dream.” Trump says the forgotten men and women in our country “will be forgotten no longer.” He says we will fix our inner cities and rebuild our infrastructure, which will become “second to none.” “We will put  millions of our people to work as we rebuild it,” he says. Trump says we will also finally take care of our great veterans. 

2:46: Mike Pence says “this is a historic night.” He says “the American people have spoken” and the “American people have elected their champion.” Pence says it’s hard to express the honor he and his family feel to have the privilege to serve as vice president. Pence introduces Trump. 



2:33: AP calls it for Trump.

2:22: Trump about to take the stage at his victory party. 

2:20: This is why the public’s trust of the media is at an all-time low. 


2:02: Clinton a no-show at her “victory” rally. Pedesta tells the crowd that they are still counting votes so “we’re not going to have anything more to say tonight.”

[Where is the mainstream media outrage over Clinton not conceding when the writing’s on the wall? Imagine the mainstream media outrage had Trump not spoken? This mainstream media hypocrisy is why Americans do not trust them anymore.]

1:50: Where’s the same level of mainstream media outrage/freak out/repudiation?


1:39: There it is.


1:25: How ’bout that?

1:24: Finally, some in the mainstream media revealing some truths about the “deplorables.” Americans in flyover country a lot smarter than the mainstream press and sheltered pundits in the D.C. bubble give them credit for… 


1:17: Poor little snowflakes.

1:15: How ’bout that?


1:06: Yes ma’am: 

1:05: PA may soon go into Trump’s column: 

1:00: Booooo!


12:46: Classic.

12:45: What a joke the Huffington Post was during the election cycle, beclowing itself over and over and over!

12:39: Sad!


12:33: Child, please. Big losers are “pundits” like her who got it wrong every step of the way.


12:27: Nevada called for Clinton:

12:26: Oh, really? 

12:25: Pobrecita: 


12:20: NOT EVERYONE. Just the out-of-touch mainstream media and political establishments. 

12:10: A lot more deplorables than establishment fan boys think there are. You only need an army of hacks if your candidate is uninspiring like Romney and most of the others Trump trounced in the GOP primary. That may be why the consultant class loves candidates like Romney and McCain.

12:05: Another B1G win: 

11:55: As the late Mel Allen would say, “How ’bout that?”


Flashback: ANN COULTER: 

Alex Marlow, editor in chief of Breitbart News, explained everything that was about to happen in this race back on the Sept. 14 edition of CNN’s Erin Burnett show.

While all the other “strategists” gibbered about Trump losing the Hispanic vote, Marlow said: “Trump is growing the big tent. … Trump’s policies are appealing to blacks. There are even some polls out there, like a survey USA poll, saying Trump is actually doing fine with Latinos.”

In the Nevada primary on Tuesday, Trump not only won the Hispanic vote; he not only won 17 points more of the Hispanic vote than his next closest rival; but his Latino vote nearly matched that of the two Latino candidates combined.

In one of the few times you might have heard this point expressed on television airwaves, Marlow said that the No. 1 issue for Breitbart News’ 20 million readers, “has consistently been — since last year — immigration. They are looking for someone who is going to seal the border and prioritize border security as No. 1.”

Obviously, Marlow was right about everything. According to Nexis, that was the last time he appeared on TV.

It would be as if, after discovering America, Christopher Columbus reported back to the King and Queen of Spain, but the booker for Ferdinand and Isabella decided that, instead of Columbus, she’d get the guy who never actually set sail for the New World because he was afraid he’d fall off the edge of the Earth into a fiery pit.

11:32: Game, Set, Match?

11:30: Trump wins Utah. Sit down, Never Trumpers.

11:27: Pobrecitas: 


11:25: Redskins tied the game before the presidential election:




11:11: Give the NYT’s Cohn, one of the best in the business, a lot of credit. In 2014, he pointed out that the GOP had a path to the White House in 2016 without having to pander to the Hispanic vote.

11:05: It was the establishment, milquetoast candidate, stupid: 


11:00: Trump takes the Tar Heel State:


10:55: Mr. Irrelevant:

10:50: CNN’s John King says there are no encouraging signs in New Hampshire right now for Hillary Clinton.

10:45: Can Trump win even Pennsylvania?

10:33: Colorado to Clinton:

10:24: Ohio goes to Trump. B1G COUNTRY (they may not be the fastest or the flashiest but they sure play their sports–esp. football and basketball–the right way) GOING HUGE FOR TRUMP SO FAR. 




10:22: NYT’s projection gives Trump an 80% chance of winning it all. 

10:20: They all think alike. And they all whisper in the ears of the same mainstream media hacks who regurgitate what they say. That’s why Americans are tuning them out!

10:15: Maybe the mainstream media are living in an alternative universe.


10:09: Lamestream media who only listen to their “GOP establishment” friends in DC and mock people like Trump and Palin on issues like immigration, trade, patriotism finally waking up?


10:06: Clinton projected to win New Mexico. Trump projected to take Missouri.



10:03: The Cajun’s ragin’:

10:02: Online betting site Betonline.ag now has Trump as a -140 favorite (their bottom line is at stake with these odds) to win the White House. NYT forecast gives Trump a 66% chance of winning the White House.

9:59: Fox News calls Virginia for Clinton.

9:57: On MSNBC, the always clueless Nicolle Wallace says she was wrong about the election and the support Trump would receive. When is she ever right?

9:52: Does that mean all of the mainstream press are searching for anti-anxiety medication right now? They all sound very somber.

9:50: For what it’s worth, Nate Silver gave Trump the same odds of winning the presidential election as the Cubs winning the World Series after trailing 3-1. Also, the Redskins tied their last game before the presidential election.

9:47: Very, very interesting:

9:35: NYT’s live forecast gives Trump a 54% chance of winning tonight. It’s the first time Trump has gone over 50%.

9:28: At 9:28 pm ET, the NYT’s live forecast says it’s a toss-up race


9:20: For what it’s worth, with 75% reporting, Trump has a 26-point lead in Vigo County, Indiana.

9:18: The New York Times’s live presidential forecast gave Clinton an 83% chance of winning when the night started. It’s down to 58% now. At online gambling sites, Clinton was at -1400 (have to wager $1,400 to win $100) to win. She’s now at -160 (have to wager $160 to win $100) to win.

9:15: Trump projected to win Texas. 

9:10: Mainstram media often ignore exurban vote and never understood how much they disdained establishment Republicans like Romney and stayed home in 2012. This is something Breitbart News has always understood.  Media not talking tonight about the “Latino surge” that they hoped for so they could spout their pre-written narratives. There could also be a reverse-Bradley effect at work as well with some minority voters who voted for Trump after telling pollsters they were for Clinton.


9:00: No surprises: Trump projected to win Kansas (6), Nebraska (5), Wyoming (3), North Dakota (3), South Dakota (3). Clinton projected to win New York (29).

8:43: FLORIDA:

8:37: Trump voters turning out for him. We’ll see if the urban vote turns out for Clinton.


8:32: Trump leading in Virginia (too close to call) with 51% reporting in a state that was supposed to be a shoo-in for Clinton. All of the votes from Northern Virginia not yet in, though.

8:30: Arkansas (6) called for Trump right as polls close.

8:22: FLORIDA: Trump takes an 8,000-vote lead in Florida as votes in the panhandle start coming in… 88% reporting….

8:14: FLORIDA: Trump leading by around 900 votes with 82% reporting.

8:05: No surprises yet as Florida, New Hampshire, Virginia still in play.

8:02: Dems. pick up Senate seat in Illinois:

8:00: Clinton projected to take New Jersey (14), Illinois (20), Massachusetts (11), Maryland (10), Rhode Island (4), Washington, D.C. (3), Delaware (3), while Trump projected to take Oklahoma (7), Tennessee (11), and Mississippi (6), and Alabama (9).

7:55: Interesting:

7:50: South Carolina (9) called for Trump:

7:30: Polls close in North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia as Trump takes a slight lead in Florida. Trump takes West Virginia (5).


7:16: For what it’s worth, Trump (54.7% to 41.6%) leads in Vigo County, Indiana with 43.8% reporting:

7:15: Clinton has a four-point lead in VA exit polls:


7:03: Trump puts Indiana (11 electoral votes) and Kentucky (8) on the board. Vermont (3) called for Clinton. Virginia and Georgia “too close to call.”


7:02: Polls now CLOSED in Indiana, Kentucky, Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia.


6:39: INDIANA: Voters may be associating Bayh with the D.C. establishment that they loathe (Bayh sent his children to the same D.C. private high school–St. Albans–that he attended):


6:24: Reality check: Kasich will quickly realize that he is not the future of the GOP (Giving a speech so soon will also highlight the opportunism and sanctimony that many hate about him as well):

6:22: These numbers may change, but could there be enough minority voters who secretly voted for Trump to make a difference?

6:20: Especially if Trump loses a close race, these establishment/Never Trump Republicans will own Clinton’s presidency, as Sean Hannity said last night:


6:05: High school students walked out in Arizona to urge voters to vote against Trump and Sheriff Joe Arpaio. It will be interesting if these walkouts backfire like they did in California during the Proposition 187 debate:

6:00: Some polls in Indiana and Kentucky are now closed as election night officially kicks off.

5:50: National exit polling found that debates were an important factor for 64% of voters. About a quarter of voters surveyed said the debates were the most important factor in their decision in a country in which 69% of voters said they were either “angry” or “dissatisfied” with the federal government. The electorate was tailor-made for Trump’s anti-establishment message on trade, anti-cronyism, and immigration. But Trump never effectively made that case when he had the most number of eyeballs on him during the debates, which generated Super Bowl-sized audiences. If Trump loses tonight, it may well be because he didn’t prepare for the debates and left so many points on the field in light of the mood of the electorate, according to the Reuters/Ipsos online exit poll that found (say what you want about Trump supporter Bill Belichick,  but he would have never ever let one of his players be as unprepared as Trump, who seemed like a player who did not even take the time to read his team’s playbook, was during his three debates):

– 75 percent agree that “America needs a strong leader to take the country back from the rich and powerful.”
– 72 percent agree “the American economy is rigged to advantage the rich and powerful.”
– 68 percent agree that “traditional parties and politicians don’t care about people like me.”
– 76 percent believe “the mainstream media is more interested in making money than telling the truth.”
– 57 percent feel that “more and more, I don’t identify with what America has become.”
– 54 percent feel “it is increasingly hard for someone like me to get ahead in America.”

5:35: Get ready for the usual suspects to push more amnesty:

And there it is… right on cue:

5:32: Trump HQ:


Glass ceiling at Hillary HQ:


5:30: Best advice may be to ignore the early exit polls of battleground states:



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