Election 2016

Exit Polls are starting to trickle out so I’ve decided to put this up a little earlier than I planned. The first Polls (in this case meaning actual results and not ‘scientific’ samples) will close at 7 pm ET.

Frankly I think results will come quicker than pundits are promising. I know Dixville Notch, New Hampshire and while they are traditionally the first place to report (votes were cast and counted at 12:01 am ET) they’re also reliably Republican. It is of some significance that they voted Hillary over The Donald 4 – 2. Ayup, 6 votes total which is also significant because there are at least 12 voters and they didn’t all suddenly die or go to bed early as they take themselves quite seriously.

I expect a Clinton (for good or ill) landslide, 308+ Electoral College votes. We will see a Democratic Senate Majority (ugh, Chuck Schumer), sorry Kelly= you’re done. It is entirely possible they’ll take the House too, at the very least Paul Ryan will have to move out of the Speaker’s offices, the Teabbagger Trumpies think he’s a Quisling and he is, but not for the reasons they’re pissed at him.

TMC (who is a lot more pkugged into the horse race than I am) says it could be 2006 all over again. Our bootlicking Beltway Media didn’t see that one coming because, well…, they’re idiots or liars and probably both. All they care about is ‘Gets’ and ‘Beat Sweeteners’.

We shall see.

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  1. Vent Hole

  2. Indiana called for Trump, Not unexpected, 65 – 31 11% reporting,

  3. Kentucky called for Trump. Not unexpected, 65 – 30 7.2% Reporting.

  4. New Hampshire too close to call Trump 52.5 Clinton 41 1% Reporting.

  5. Vermont called for Clinton, No details,

  6. Less than 1% Reporting. WTF?

  7. North Carolina, West Virginia, Ohio closing in 2 minutes.

  8. Ohio, North Carolina too close to call.

  9. Florida too close to call. Clinton 49.5 Trump 47.8 2.5% Reporting.

  10. Georgia too soon to call.

  11. Virginia too soon to call. Trump 57 Clinton 40 3% Reporting.

  12. South Carolina called for Trump Not unexpected. 50 -48 .2% Reporting. WTF?

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:02 pm

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    In Senate races:

    Vermont: Sen. patrick Leahy has been reelected (D)

    Kentucky: Sen. Rand Paul (R)

    Sout Carolins: Sen. Tim Scott (R) has been declared the winner

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    Illinois: REp. Tammy Duckworth (D) has defeated Sen Mark Kirk (R)

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:10 pm

    Hillary Clinton has been declared the winner in Delaware, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Maryland

  13. Alabama Trump 62.6 Clinton 30.4 1% Reporting. Called
    Connecticut, Delaware, D.C., Illinois Called for Clinton on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    Indiana Trump 59% Clinton 36%. Called. 51% Reporting.
    Maryland, Massachusetts Called for Clinton on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    Mississippi Called for Trump on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    New Jersey Called for Clinton on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    Oklahoma Called for Trump on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    Rhode Island Called for Clinton on the basis of WTF? 0% Reporting.
    Tennessee Trump 75.4 Clinton 22%. Called for Trump. 1% Reporting.
    Vermont Clinton 55% Trump 39%. Called for Clinton. 10% Reporting.
    West Virginia Trump 62.4% Clinton 32.7. Called for Trump. 9% Reporting.

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    Donald Trump has been declared the winner in Oklahoma, Tennessee and South Carolina

  14. Indiana Todd Young (R) over Evan Bath (small loss, DLC asshole).

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    Hillary wins DC and New Jersey

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    Trump takes Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:36 pm

    In indiana Todd Young (R) has been declared the winner over former Sen. Evan Bayh (D)

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 8:38 pm

    in Florida Charles Crist (D) has been elected to the House

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    Trump declared the winner in North ans South Dakota, Texas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Kansas

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    New York goes to Hillary

  15. Alabama Trump 69 – 30. Called. 1% Reporting
    Arkansas Trump 52 – 43. Called. 15% Reporting
    Connecticut Clinton 66 – 30.5. Called. 5% Reporting
    Delaware Clinton 53 – 42. Called. 37% Reporting
    District of Columbia Called wit no results at all. WTF?
    Florida Too close
    Georgia Too close
    Illinois Clinton 55 – 40. Called. 4% Reporting
    Indiana Trump 63 – 33. Called. 53% Reporting
    Kansas Trump 54 Clinton 40. Too soon. 0% Reporting
    Kentucky Trump 63 – 33. Called. 83% Reporting
    Maine Clinton 47 Trump 45. Too close. 1% Reporting
    Maryland Clinton 78 – 19. Called. 7% Reporting
    Massachusetts Clinton 56 – 38. Called. 6% Reporting
    Michigan Clinton 49 -46. Too soon. 0% Reporting
    Mississippi
    Missouri Trump 47 – 51. Called for Trump WTF? 1% Reporting
    New Hampshire Clinton 50 Trump 44. Too close. 12% Reporting
    New Jersey Clinton 48 – 48. Called. 18% Reporting
    New York Clinton 90 – 7 (that won’t last). Called. 1% Reporting
    North Carolina Trump 49 Clinton 48. Too close. 69% Reporting
    North Dakota Trump 70 – 24. Called. 2% Reporting
    Ohio Trump 51 Clinton 45. Too close. 49% Reporting
    Oklahoma Trump 65 – 30. Called. 34% Reporting
    Pennsylvania Clinton 64 Trump 33. Too close. 8% Reporting
    Rhode Island Clinton 53 – 47. Called. 61% Reporting
    South Carolina Trump 59 – 37. Called. 28% Reporting
    South Dakota Called for Trump. No Results WTF?
    Tennessee Trump 69 – 28. Called 47% Reporting
    Texas Trump 50 – 46. Called. 61% Reporting
    Vermont Clinton 58 – 35. Called. 34% Reporting
    Virginia Trump 49 Clinton 46. Too close. 72% Reporting
    West Virginia Trump 67 – 28. Called. 43% Reporting
    Wisconsin Trump 59 Clinton 38. Too soon. 1% Reporting.
    Wyoming Called for Trump. No Results WTF?

  16. Luisianna Trump 67 – 31. Called. 12% Reporting

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Hillary wins New Mexico

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:07 pm

    Missouri goes to Trump

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    Sen. Richard Burr retains his seat in North Carolina

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    Trump is the projected winner in Ohio

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    In Colorado Incumbent Sen, Michael Bennett wins reelection

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    Hillary is the projected win Virginai

  17. States not called yet

    Alaska Not closed
    Arizona Trump 55 – Clinton 41. Too early. 2% Reporting
    California Not closed
    Colorado Clinton 49 Trump 44. Too close 53% Reporting
    District of Columbia Clinton 93 – 4 %. Called. 81% Reporting
    Florida Trump 49 Clinton 48. Too close. 95% Reporting
    Georgia Trump 58 Clinton 39. Too close. 45% Reporting
    Hawaii Not closed
    Idaho Not closed
    Iowa Not closed
    Kansas Trump 53 – 40. Called. 27% Reporting
    Louisiana Trump 62 – 35. Called. 28% Reporting
    Maine Clinton 51 Trump 42. Too close. 22% Reporting
    Michigan Trump 50 Clinton 45. Too close. 24% Reporting
    Minnesota Clinton 48 Trump 44. Too close. 12% Reporting
    Mississippi Trump 57 – 42. Called. 19% Reporting
    Missouri Trump 60 Clinton 35. Too close. 13% Reporting
    Montana Called for Trump. No Results
    Nebraska Trump 52 – 42. Called. 33% Reporting
    Nevada Not Closed
    New Hampshire Trump 48 Clinton 447. Too close. 41 % Reporting
    New Mexico Clinton 52 – 37. Called 48% Reporting
    North Carolina Trump 50 Clinton 47. Too close. 87% Reporting
    Ohio Trump 53 – 43. Called. 70% Reported
    Oregon Not closed
    Pennsylvania Clinton 55 Trump 42. Too close. 33% Reported
    South DakotaTrump 64 – 29. Called. 19% Reporting
    Utah Not closed
    Virginia Clinton 48 – 47. Called. 83% Reporting
    Washington Not closed
    Wisconsin Trump 50 Clinton 45. Too close. 28% Reporting
    Wyoming Trump 53 – 35. Called. 2% Reporting

  18. Colorado Clinton 49 – 44. Called. 53% Reporting

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    Hillary wins California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii

    trump declared the winner in Idaho

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    North Carolina has been called for Trump

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    Sen Ron Johnson (R) wins reelection

    • TMC on November 8, 2016 at 11:08 pm

    Electoral Vote Count

    Hillary 209 – Trump 189

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 12:35 am

    Democrat Kamala Harris win Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat. She becmes the 2nd black woman elected to the Senate.

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 12:36 am

    Hillary wins Nevada

    5 states still too close to call

    Trump 244 – Clinton 215

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 1:45 am

    Ap has called Pennsylvania for Trump.

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 1:46 am

    Sen. Roy Blunt holds his seat in Missouri

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 2:00 am

    Incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey reelected in Pennsylvania

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 2:01 am

    Hillary wins 3 of the 4 electoral votes in Maine

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 2:13 am

    Alasla Sen. Lisa Murkowski stays in the senate

    trump wins alaska

    • TMC on November 9, 2016 at 2:49 am

    MSNBC has announced that Hillary Clinton has conceded the election to Trump

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