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Latest on US Elections- Trump bags Pennsylvania
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Nearing his Presidential Election win, Republican Donald Trump has just won Pennsylvania.

He’s at 264 electoral votes and ahead in counting in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Arizona.

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Donald Trump jumped a step towards the White House after he won the crustal states Florida, North Carolina and Ohio.

Clinton campaign was seen stunned as they were confident that she would win the states.

Trump has an increasingly viable path to the 270 electoral votes needed to win. He has already secured 264 electoral seats.

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Republican has already secured 244 electoral seats and is expected to get 26 more to sit in the White House. Democrat Hillary Clinton is following with 215 wins.

Meanwhile, Trump is projected to have won several key states such as Ohio, Florida and North Carolina - three crucial states in the race for the Oval Office.

Either of them needs the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House.

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Republican Donald Trump is pulling further ahead of his Democratic Rival Hillary Clinton with 197 electoral votes. Clinton is following behind with 131.

However, a senior aide for Hillary was quoted saying that, they “feel good about Pennsylvania and Michigan and think that New Hampshire will hold up as well. Those plus New Hampshire or Nevada remains the most likely path to 270."

Meanwhile, votes in Florida, a crucial state for Hillary, is yet to be announced but election projectors say that Trump is likely to win the state too.

The Sunshine state's 29 electoral votes are crucial to the fortunes of any presidential contender. This swing state voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012, but Bush won it in the preceding elections - in 2000 by just 537 votes.

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Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are facing a tense battle for the White House. It is reported that are large number of American voters are showing enthusiasm to cast their votes.

Latest news suggest that Trump has secured 168 electoral votes, while Hillary is nagging behind with 122.

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Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton by 32 Electoral College votes, according to media reports, with the Republicans also expected to retain control of the US House of Representatives.

With voting completed in more than two-thirds of the 50 US states, the race was too close to call in Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Virginia, states that could be vital to deciding which contender wins the presidency.

Trump has won 140 votes, while Clinton has 104 Electoral College votes.

There are 538 Electoral College votes allotted to the 50 states and the District of Columbia. It takes 270 votes to win.

Electorals won so far..

New Mexico: Clinton (5 electoral votes)

Missouri: Trump (10 electoral votes)

Montana: Trump (3 electoral votes)

Connecticut: Clinton (7 electoral votes)

Louisiana: Trump (8 electoral votes)

Wyoming: Trump (6 electoral votes)

New York: Clinton (29 electoral votes)

New Jersey: Clinton (14 electoral votes)

Rhode Island: Clinton (4 electoral votes)

Texas: Trump (38 electoral votes)

Arkansas: Trump (6 electoral votes)

Nebraska: Trump (5 total electoral votes)

Massachusetts: Clinton (11 electoral votes)

Delaware: Clinton (3 electoral votes)

North Dakota: Trump (3 electoral votes)

South Dakota: Trump (3 electoral votes)

Illinois: Clinton (20 electoral votes)

Mississippi: Trump (6 electoral votes)

D.C.: Clinton (3 electoral votes)

Alabama: Trump (9 electoral votes)

Maryland: Clinton (10 electoral votes)

South Carolina: Trump (9 electoral votes)

Tennessee: Trump (11 electoral votes)

Oklahoma: Trump (7 electoral votes)

West Virginia: Trump (5 electoral votes)

Vermont: Clinton (3 electoral votes)

Kentucky: Trump (8 electoral votes)

Indiana: Trump (8 electoral votes)
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