CIA judgement confirmed Russia tried to help Trump win US election 2016

CIA judgement confirmed Russia tried to help Trump win US election 2016

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  1. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has determined that Russia did try to help Donald Trump win the US presidency rather than work to simply interfere with the election, according to a secret report conducted by the agency. 
  2. US intelligence officials from multiple agencies have found connections between the Kremlin and Wikileaks. The former provided the latter with countless hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, and many others, the Washington Post reported.
  3. Email controversy lurked over Ms Clinton’s campaign from the onset of her candidacy. But in the final months, the massive leak of thousands of emails closed the gap between the Clinton and Mr Trump by double digits. Cybersecurity experts, as well as intelligence officials, had found evidence that linked the hacks to Russia. 
  4. “It is the assessment of the intelligence community that Russia’s goal here was to favour one candidate over the other, to help Trump get elected,” a senior US intelligence official briefed on information shared with US senators told the Post. “That’s the consensus view.”
  5. In response, the Trump team dismissed validity of the report and the intelligence committee they will soon be running. 
  6. “These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction,” the team incorrectly said in a statement. “The election ended a long time ago in one of the biggest Electoral College victories in history. It's now time to move on and ‘Make America Great Again’.”
  7. Officials held a secret briefing with congressional leaders in September, but House Majority Leader Mitch McConnell doubted the legitimacy of the assessment. Additionally, the Post says Mr McConnell made his opposition to such intelligence clear, and if the White House spoke publicly about the Russians' role in the hacks, he would simply consider it a partisan political stunt.
  8. Russia's goal was to get Mr Trump elected, the officials told the Post on the condition of anonymity.
  9. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had said Russia was not the source of the leaks in an interview published on the state-owned broadcaster Russia Today.

US presidential election Recount Results Live 2016 Trump Stein Winner Votes Polls

US presidential election Recount Results Live 2016 Trump Stein Winner Votes Polls

United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

Recount Results:Trump wins in Wisconsin & Pennsylvania

US presidential election Recount Results Live 2016

  1. Michigan presidential vote recount starts to complete by a Dec. 13 federal deadline.

    1. Counting stopped for Michigan again. "It's disheartening a judge gave in to Donald Trump and Michigan Republicans," Stein tweeted Thursday morning.
    2. Broken polling machines may have put vote counts in question  
    3. 87 of Wayne County’s decade-old voting machines broke on election day, according to Detroit’s elections director, Daniel Baxter. 
    4. He told ballot scanners often jammed when polling place workers were trying to operate them. Every time a jammed ballot was removed and reinserted, he suspects the machine may have re-counted it.
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  1. In Wisconsin Recount continued into a second week.

    1. The numbers barely budged in Wisconsin after nearly 3 million votes were recounted. Trump, a billionaire New York real estate mogul, picked up 131 votes and won by 22,748 votes. The final results changed just 0.06 percent.
    2. In Wisconsin, the recount have Clinton 492 votes, and Trump gained 410 vote. Trump won by more than 22,000 votes, and with half of the state's counties having already completed their recounts, looks like little is going to change.  
    3. More than 1 million of the nearly 3 million votes cast in the state have been recounted.
  2. Recounts are unlikely to overturn the result. The election was decided, in effect, by slightly more than 100,000 people in three Midwestern states.  
  3. Mr Trump won Wisconsin with a margin of 0.8% (or 22,000 votes),
  4. Michigan with a margin of 0.2% (11,000 votes) and
  5. Pennsylvania with 71,000 votes, a margin of 1.2%.
  6. The Green Party-backed recount campaign was focused on three states that Mr Trump won – Wisconsin (by 22,177 votes), Michigan (10,704 votes) and Pennsylvania (49,000 votes)
  7. According to federal law, all recounts have to be concluded within 35 days of the election, which is 13 December
  8. All three states account for 46 votes in the Electoral College, enough to tip the election to Mrs Clinton if they moved from Mr Trump's total to hers – but this is viewed as highly unlikely
  9. A recount has already started in Wisconsin, which Mr Trump won by 22,000 votes.

US Elections Results on 8th November

All 435 House of Representatives seats were up for re-election, plus 34 Senate seats and 12 Governorships.

Election Results Live Electoral Votes

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

232

306 (Winner)

Live: US Presidential Election Results 2016 By State By County By district Party Live: US Election Results 2016 By Party Candidates
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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

Who Won the Swing States:

  1. Florida: 29 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(49.1%)
  2. Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(52.1%)
  3. North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(50.5%)
  4. Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(49.1%)
  5. Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(48.0%)
  6. Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(47.6%)
  7. Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(51.4%)

Election Results Live By State

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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

 

States Democrats Republicans Electoral Votes
Alabama    Won 9
Alaska    Won 3
Arizona    Won 11
Arkansas    Won 6
California  Won   55
Colorado  Won   9
Connecticut Won   7
Delaware  Won   3
District of Columbia Won   3
Florida    Won 29
Georgia    Won 16
Hawaii  Won   4
Idaho    Won 4
Illinois  Won   20
Indiana    Won 11
Iowa    Won 6
Kansas    Won 6
Kentucky    Won 8
Louisiana    Won 8
Maine      3,1
Maryland  Won   10
Massachetts Won   11
Michigan    Won 16
Minnesota  Won   10
Mississippi    Won 6
Missouri    Won 10
Montana    Won 3
Nebraska    Won 5
Nevada  Won   6
New Hampshire    Won 4
New Jersey  Won   14
New Mexico   Won   5
New York  Won   29
North Carolina    Won 15
North Dakota    Won 3
Ohio    Won 18
Oklahoma    Won 7
Oregon  Won   7
Pennsylvania    Won 20
Rhode Island Won   4
South Carolina    Won 9
 South Dakota    Won 3
Tennessee    Won 11
Texas    Won 38
Utah    Won 6
Vermont  Won   3
Virginia  Won   13
Washington Won   12
West Virginia    Won 5
Wisconsin    Won 10
Wyoming    Won 3

What time will we know who the winner is?
From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Republicans won the US House
  2. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  3. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  4. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls
  5. Find Your Polling Place Here:
  6. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  7. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  8. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  9. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  10. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  11. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  12. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  13. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  14. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  15. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  16. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'
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What time will we know who the winner is? – From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Donald Trump won the US Presidential Election 2016
  2. Republicans won the US Senate
  3. Republicans won the US House
  4. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  5. Hillary Clinton cast her vote in Chappaqua, New York,  with her husband, former US President Bill.
  6. 40 Million Americans already voted before election day on November 8.
  7. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  8. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls.
  9. Find Your Polling Place Here
  10. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  11. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  12. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  13. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  14. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  15. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  16. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  17. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  18. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  19. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  20. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'

Candidates for US Presidential Election must meet certain requirements:

  Minimum Age U.S. Citizenship and Residence
PRESIDENT 35 Natural-born*U.S. citizen; reside in the U.S. for 14 years before the election
VICE PRESIDENT 35 Natural-born* U.S. citizen; reside in the U.S. for 14 years before the election and must reside
in a different state than the president
SENATOR 30 U.S. citizen for 9 years; reside in the state from
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Republican Donald Trump by 5 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll released on Friday, keeping her advantage in a national survey while races tighten in several swing states.

The Oct. 30-Nov. 3 opinion poll showed that 44 percent of likely voters in Tuesday's election support Clinton while 39 percent support Trump.

Reuters/Ipsos
Clinton  44%
Trump  39%

Clinton's lead has varied from 4 to 7 percentage points every day over the past week in the Reuters/Ipsos poll, while other opinion polls have shown the race becoming increasingly competitive. Real Clear Politics, which averages together most national polls, estimates that Clinton's lead has dropped from 5 points at the end of last week to less than 2 points on Friday.

The Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project shows races in Florida, North Carolina and Michigan have tilted away from Clinton over the past week and are now considered too close to call. These swing states are hotly contested because their voters can swing either to Republicans or Democrats and can be decisive in presidential elections.

Fox News
Clinton  45%
Trump  43%

The project estimates that Clinton still has a 90 percent chance of winning the election, however.

With four days before Election Day, Republicans are increasingly optimistic about Trump winning.

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The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

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Election Results Live Electoral Votes

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

232

306

 

 

LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

Who Won the Swing States:

  1. Florida: 29 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(49.1%)
  2. Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(52.1%)
  3. North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(50.5%)
  4. Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(49.1%)
  5. Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(48.0%)
  6. Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(47.6%)
  7. Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(51.4%)

States Whose Results Have not been declared yet

  1. Alaska: 3 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  2. Arizona: 11 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  3. Wisconsin: 10 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  4. Minnesota: 10 Electoral college votes -Clinton Leading
  5. Michigan: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  6. Pennsylvania: 20 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  7. Maine: 4 Electoral college votes – Clinton Leading
States Democrats Republicans Electoral Votes
Alabama    Won 9
Alaska    Won 3
Arizona    Won 11
Arkansas    Won 6
California  Won   55
Colorado  Won   9
Connecticut Won   7
Delaware  Won   3
District of Columbia Won   3
Florida    Won 29
Georgia    Won 16
Hawaii  Won   4
Idaho    Won 4
Illinois  Won   20
Indiana    Won 11
Iowa    Won 6
Kansas    Won 6
Kentucky    Won 8
Louisiana    Won 8
Maine      3,1
Maryland  Won   10
Massachetts Won   11
Michigan    Won 16
Minnesota  Won   10
Mississippi    Won 6
Missouri    Won 10
Montana    Won 3
Nebraska    Won 5
Nevada  Won   6
New Hampshire    Won 4
New Jersey  Won   14
New Mexico   Won   5
New York  Won   29
North Carolina    Won 15
North Dakota    Won 3
Ohio    Won 18
Oklahoma    Won 7
Oregon  Won   7
Pennsylvania    Won 20
Rhode Island Won   4
South Carolina    Won 9
 South Dakota    Won 3
Tennessee    Won 11
Texas    Won 38
Utah    Won 6
Vermont  Won   3
Virginia  Won   13
Washington Won   12
West Virginia    Won 5
Wisconsin    Won 10
Wyoming    Won 3

What time will we know who the winner is?
From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Republicans won the US House
  2. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  3. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  4. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls
  5. Find Your Polling Place Here:
  6. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  7. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  8. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  9. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  10. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  11. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  12. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  13. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  14. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  15. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  16. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'
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The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

Voters will select presidential electors, who in turn will vote for a new president and vice president through the Electoral College. The term limit established in the Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the incumbent president, Barack Obama of the Democratic Party, from being elected to a third term. The 2016 election will determine the 45th President and 48th Vice President of the United States.

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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016:

Donald Trump won the US Presidential Election 2016

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes 232 306(Winner)

 

States Democrats Republicans Electoral Votes
 Alabama    Won 9
 Alaska       
 Arizona    Won 11
 Arkansas    Won 6
 California  Won   55
 Colorado  Won   9
 Connecticut     Won   7
 Delaware  Won   3
 District of Columbia  Won   3
 Florida    Won 29
 Georgia    Won 16
 Hawaii       
 Idaho    Won 4
 Illinois  Won   20
 Indiana    Won 11
 Iowa    Won 6
 Kansas    Won 6
 Kentucky    Won 8
 Louisiana    Won 8
 Maine       
 Maryland  Won   10
 Massachetts Won   11
 Michigan       
 Minnesota     
 Mississippi    Won 6
 Missouri    Won 10
 Montana    Won 3
 Nebraska       
 Nevada       
 New Hampshire     
 New Jersey  Won   14
New Mexico    Won   5
 New York  Won   29
 North Carolina  Won 15
 North Dakota    Won 3
 Ohio    Won 18
 Oklahoma    Won 7
 Oregon  Won   7
 Pennsylvania       
 Rhode Island Won   4
 South Carolina    Won 9
 South Dakota  Won 3
 Tennessee    Won 11
 Texas    Won 38
 Utah    Won 6
 Vermont  Won   3
 Virginia  Won   13
 Washington     Won   12
 West Virginia    Won 5
 Wisconsin       
 Wyoming    Won 3

What time will we know who the winner is?
From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Donald Trump won the US Presidential Election 2016
  2. Republicans won the US Senate
  3. Republicans won the US House
  4. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  5. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  6. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls.
  7. Find Your Polling Place Here
  8. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  9. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  10. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  11. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  12. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  13. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  14. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  15. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  16. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  17. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  18. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'
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A Look at the canddates:

Republican Nominee Republican VP Nominee
Donald Trump Mike Pence
Chairman and president of The Trump Organization Governor (Indiana)
Democratic Nominee Democratic VP Nominee
Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine
Former US Secretary of State US Senator (Virginia)
Libertarian Party Nominee Libertarian Party VP Nominee
Gary Johnson Bill Weld
Former Governor (R-New Mexico) Former Governor (R-Massachusetts)
Green Party Nominee Green Party VP Nominee
Jill Stein Ajamu Baraka
Doctor and political activist Human Rights activist

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United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

US Recount Election Results 2016

  1. Recounts are unlikely to overturn the result. The election was decided, in effect, by slightly more than 100,000 people in three Midwestern states.
  2. Mr Trump won Wisconsin with a margin of 0.8% (or 22,000 votes), Michigan with a margin of 0.2% (11,000 votes) and
  3. Pennsylvania with 71,000 votes, a margin of 1.2%.
  4. The Green Party-backed recount campaign was focused on three states that Mr Trump won – Wisconsin (by 22,177 votes), Michigan (10,704 votes) and Pennsylvania (49,000 votes)
  5. According to federal law, all recounts have to be concluded within 35 days of the election, which is 13 December
  6. All three states account for 46 votes in the Electoral College, enough to tip the election to Mrs Clinton if they moved from Mr Trump's total to hers – but this is viewed as highly unlikely
  7. A recount has already started in Wisconsin, which Mr Trump won by 22,000 votes.

About Elections today on 8th November

All 435 House of Representatives seats are up for re-election, plus 34 Senate seats and 12 Governorships.

Election Results Live Electoral Votes

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

232

306 (Winner)

31 electoral votes still available

Live: US Presidential Election Results 2016 By State By County By district Party Live: US Election Results 2016 By Party Candidates
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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

Who Won the Swing States:

  1. Florida: 29 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(49.1%)
  2. Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(52.1%)
  3. North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(50.5%)
  4. Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(49.1%)
  5. Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(48.0%)
  6. Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(47.6%)
  7. Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(51.4%)

States Whose Results Have not been declared yet

  1. Alaska: 3 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  2. Arizona: 11 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  3. Wisconsin: 10 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  4. Minnesota: 10 Electoral college votes -Clinton Leading
  5. Michigan: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  6. Pennsylvania: 20 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  7. Maine: 4 Electoral college votes – Clinton Leading

Election Results Live By State

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The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

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Election Results Live Electoral Votes

  Hillary Clinton Donald Trump
Electoral Votes

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244

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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016 by State:

Who Won the Swing States:

  1. Florida: 29 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(49.1%)
  2. Ohio: 18 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(52.1%)
  3. North Carolina: 15 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(50.5%)
  4. Virginia: 13 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(49.1%)
  5. Nevada: 6 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(48.0%)
  6. Colorado: 9 Electoral college votes – Clinton Won(47.6%)
  7. Georgia: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Won(51.4%)

States Whose Results Have not been declared yet

  1. Alaska: 3 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  2. Arizona: 11 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  3. Wisconsin: 10 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  4. Minnesota: 10 Electoral college votes -Clinton Leading
  5. Michigan: 16 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  6. Pennsylvania: 20 Electoral college votes – Trump Leading
  7. Maine: 4 Electoral college votes – Clinton Leading
States Democrats Republicans Electoral Votes
Alabama    Won 9
Alaska    Won 3
Arizona    Won 11
Arkansas    Won 6
California  Won   55
Colorado  Won   9
Connecticut Won   7
Delaware  Won   3
District of Columbia Won   3
Florida    Won 29
Georgia    Won 16
Hawaii  Won   4
Idaho    Won 4
Illinois  Won   20
Indiana    Won 11
Iowa    Won 6
Kansas    Won 6
Kentucky    Won 8
Louisiana    Won 8
Maine      3,1
Maryland  Won   10
Massachetts Won   11
Michigan    Won 16
Minnesota  Won   10
Mississippi    Won 6
Missouri    Won 10
Montana    Won 3
Nebraska    Won 5
Nevada  Won   6
New Hampshire    Won 4
New Jersey  Won   14
New Mexico   Won   5
New York  Won   29
North Carolina    Won 15
North Dakota    Won 3
Ohio    Won 18
Oklahoma    Won 7
Oregon  Won   7
Pennsylvania    Won 20
Rhode Island Won   4
South Carolina    Won 9
 South Dakota    Won 3
Tennessee    Won 11
Texas    Won 38
Utah    Won 6
Vermont  Won   3
Virginia  Won   13
Washington Won   12
West Virginia    Won 5
Wisconsin    Won 10
Wyoming    Won 3

What time will we know who the winner is?
From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Republicans won the US House
  2. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  3. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  4. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls
  5. Find Your Polling Place Here:
  6. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  7. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  8. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  9. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  10. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  11. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  12. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  13. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  14. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  15. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  16. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'
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LIVE Highlights and Updates of US Presidential Election 2016:

What time will we know who the winner is? – From about 3:00pm AEDT tomorrow

  1. Donald Trump won the US Presidential Election 2016
  2. Republicans won the US Senate
  3. Republicans won the US House
  4. Canada's Immigration Site Crashed After Donald Trump Was Projected to Win US Elections
  5. Hillary Clinton cast her vote in Chappaqua, New York,  with her husband, former US President Bill.
  6. 40 Million Americans already voted before election day on November 8.
  7. Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago. Seventeen states in total now open and voting.
  8. Republican nominee Donald Trump wraps up his final rally as America heads to the polls.
  9. Find Your Polling Place Here
  10. Chanakya the fish opted for the Republican candidate Donald Trump for US Polls.
  11. In Millsfield, NH. Trump – 16 , Clinton – 4 , Write-in Bernie Sanders (1)
  12. Hillary Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town by a 4-2 margin over Donald Trump.
  13. The first polling stations close on the East Coast at 7:00 pm (0000 GMT Wednesday), and the last far out in Alaska at 0600 GMT Wednesday.
  14. The drama begins at 0000 GMT when polling stations close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Indiana and Kentucky.
  15. Progress made by US will go down if Clinton doesn't win: Barack Obama
  16. Trump on groping charges: Nobody respects women the way I do, accusations of groping all lies, started by Hillary campaign
  17. Trump to Hillary: She and Obama gave us ISIS
  18. Hillary: Trump thinks belittling women makes him bigger, we all know how he thinks about women.
  19. Lady Gaga has been speaking in support of Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, North Carolina.
  20. New Rueters Ipsos poll – Hillary Clinton 'has 90 per cent chance of winning'

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  Minimum Age U.S. Citizenship and Residence
PRESIDENT 35 Natural-born*U.S. citizen; reside in the U.S. for 14 years before the election
VICE PRESIDENT 35 Natural-born* U.S. citizen; reside in the U.S. for 14 years before the election and must reside
in a different state than the president
SENATOR 30 U.S. citizen for 9 years; reside in the state from
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump posted a two-point lead over his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday, the first time he has been ahead since early May.

July 22-26 Reuters/Ipsos Poll
Trump 39%
Clinton 37%
don’t support both candidates 24%

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The July 22-26 poll found that 39% of likely voters supported Trump, 37% supported Clinton and 24% would vote for neither. The poll had a credibility interval of 4 percentage points, meaning that the two candidates should be considered about even in support.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English with about 962 likely voters.

 

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The Republican Party today released a partial list of speakers, including several family members of partys presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump, for next weeks convention in Cleveland.

The list does not include two top Indian Americans Republican leaders? Bobby Jindal, the former presidential candidate and former Louisiana Governor, and Nikki Haley, the South Carolina Governor.

Mr. Trump’s wife Melania and children Eric, Donald Jr., Ivanka and Tiffany are also set to speak.

The RNC characterized its list of 62 names as "partial," so others could still be added. Below is the list that the RNC sent out:

Pastor Mark Burns Co-Chair Sharon Day
Phil Ruffin Natalie Gulbis
Congressman Ryan Zinke Kimberlin Brown
Pat Smith Antonio Sabato Jr.
Mark Geist Peter Thiel
John Tiegen Eileen Collins
Congressman Michael McCaul Senator Ted Cruz
Sheriff David Clarke Newt Gingrich
Congressman Sean Duffy Michelle Van Etten
Darryl Glenn Lynne Patton
Senator Tom Cotton Eric Trump
Karen Vaughn Harold Hamm
Governor Mike Huckabee Congressman Chris Collins
Mayor Rudy Giuliani Brock Mealer
Melania Trump Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn
Senator Joni Ernst Governor Mary Fallin
Kathryn Gates-Skipper Darrell Scott
Marcus Luttrell Lisa Shin
Dana White Governor Rick Scott
Governor Asa Hutchinson Chairman Reince Priebus
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Tom Barrack
Michael Mukasey Ivanka Trump
Andy Wist Attorney General Pam Bondi
Senator Jeff Sessions Jerry Falwell Jr.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn Rabbi Haskel Lookstein
Alex Smith Chris Cox
Speaker Paul Ryan Senator Mitch McConnell
Congressman Kevin McCarthy Tiffany Trump
Kerry Woolard Governor Chris Christie
Senator Shelley Moore Capito Donald J. Trump Jr.
Dr. Ben Carson Governor Scott Walker

 

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Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton is leading by six points in a hypothetical presidential election match against Donald Trump of Republican party, according to a latest opinion poll.

However, both Clinton and Trump have very high unfavourable ratings in the CBS News/New York Times poll released last night.

This
poll was conducted by telephone May 13-17, 2016 among a random sample
of 1,300 adults nationwide, including 1,109 registered voters.

In its latest poll, The New York Times and CBS News said Clinton (47 per cent) leads Trump (41 per cent) by six percentage points among registered voters if the elections were held now.

 CBS News/New York Times
(Registered Voters)

Clinton 

47%

Trump 

41%


Unpopularity Index:  Clinton – 52 % and Trump – 55 % remain highly unpopular among the voters.

 For Sanders, his unfavourable rating is just 33 per cent.

  1. “When compared to past major party presidential candidates at a similar point in the election cycle, Trump and Clinton’s unfavourable ratings continue to be the highest in CBS News/New York Times polls going back to 1984, when the question was first asked,” the survey result said.
  2. According to the survey, neither Trump nor Clinton has a clear advantage on handling the economy or on being the nation’s commander-in-chief.

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Trump’s campaign is now beginning it’s vice presidential discussion, Donald Trump, Republican, vice presidential candidates, Trump campaign,US presidential Election 2016

Donald Trump’s campaign is scrambling to ramp up its planning for the general election, including scraping together a list of potential vice presidential candidates, after Trump abruptly became the presumptive Republican nominee Tuesday night.

The Trump campaign, blindsided by rival Ted Cruz’s sudden exit from the race, is now beginning internal deliberations about potential vice presidential candidates, two Trump campaign sources tell CNN.
The campaign will also begin coordinating immediately with the Republican National Committee to calibrate a general election ground game, including staff hires and deciding in which battleground states to deploy field staff, a senior Trump adviser said.
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told reporters Tuesday night before election results in Indiana drove Cruz out of the race that the campaign had yet to start vetting vice presidential candidates.
Trump confirmed Wednesday that his campaign is beginning to put together a committee to weigh in on his pick for running mate. The committee will include former presidential rival and now-Trump supporter Ben Carson, the former neurosurgeon’s adviser Armstrong Williams confirmed to CNN.
Some candidates who have been mentioned by pundits as potential vice presidents are already ruling themselves out.
“Well, I predict Donald’s going to have a big win, I like my job. I worked hard to get this job. I’m going to stay in this job,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott, one such potential candidate, told CNN’s “Erin Burnett OutFront” on Wednesday. “I’m going to finish this job, I’ve got two years and eight months to go.”
When Burnett asked if he would say “yes” to being Trump’s vice president, he responded, “I’m going to pass.”
“I will do everything I can to make sure he wins both our state and if he wants any help nationwide, I’ll do anything I can to make sure he wins but I’m going to stay in this job and finish this job and have a good partner in the White House,” Scott said.
On Thursday, Carson told The Wall Street Journal that he wasn’t interested in the job, saying he’d be a “distraction.”
A senior Trump campaign source said Wednesday that the campaign’s early favorites for vice president are now New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio.
And Trump, in an interview with CNN on Wednesday, added another name to the list: Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who is expected to drop out of the race Wednesday afternoon.
“I think John will be very helpful with Ohio,” Trump told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.
The source stressed that the shortlist is in its infancy.
Some are already taking themselves out of the running: A spokesman for Portman said the senator, who is in the midst of an intense Senate reelection campaign, is “not interested.”
“He’s focused on his own race,” said Kevin Smith, his spokesman.
And Haley said her “plate is full.”
“I have great respect for the will of the people, and as I have always said, I will support the Republican nominee for president,” she said in a statement. “While I am flattered to be mentioned and proud of what that says about the great things going on in South Carolina, my plate is full and I am not interested in serving as vice president.”
Trump said at an event Thursday that Haley was never under consideration.
A spokesman for Martinez also said she wasn’t interested.
“The governor has said repeatedly over the years that she isn’t interested in serving as vice president,” said Chris Sanchez, a spokesman for the governor. “She appreciates that such attention puts New Mexico in the spotlight, but she is fully committed to serving the people of our state.”
Haley, who endorsed Sen. Marco Rubio against Trump in her state’s primary, has been highly critical of Trump and warned voters against flocking to “the siren call of the angriest voices” — a thinly veiled dig at Trump.
Martinez has also not shied away from criticizing the brash New York billionaire, but Portman has said he would support the GOP nominee.
One governor who said she was “behind Donald Trump 100%” was Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin.
“I have not had any direct contact with Mr. Trump, but I would be very honored if I were to receive a call saying I need you to help make America great again,” Fallin said in a statement regarding the VP speculation.

Trump has repeatedly stressed that he would pick a running mate with political and government experience — versus a businessman like himself — whose relationships with powerful members of Congress could help him pass his agenda legislatively.

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