3:44am EST: Tonight, HRC issued the following statement on the election of Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Read more.

2:30am EST: Tonight, HRC and Equality North Carolina (ENC), the statewide organization working to secure equal rights and justice for LGBTQ North Carolinians, celebrated the historic defeat of North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory and victory of Governor-Elect Roy Cooper. Read more.

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11:17pm EST: CNN projects Oregon for Clinton and a fourth electoral vote in Nebraska for Trump. Clinton has the electoral vote edge, 197 to 187.

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11:08pm EST: CNN projects North Carolina for Donald Trump. Clinton has the electoral vote edge, 190 to 186.

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11:01pm EST: CNN calls California for Clinton and Idaho for Trump. Clinton has the electoral vote edge, 190 to 171.

11:00pm EST: Polls in 5 more states: California, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

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10:49pm EST: CNN calls Colorado for Clinton. Trump has the electoral vote edge, 167 to 122.

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10:39pm EST: CNN calls Virginia for Clinton. Trump has the electoral vote edge, 167 to 122.

10:25pm EST: CNN calls Ohio for Donald Trump. Trump has the electoral vote edge, 167 to 109.

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10:14pm EST: CNN calls New Mexico for Clinton and Missouri for Trump. Trump has the electoral vote edge, 149 to 109.

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10:01pm EST: CNN calls Montana for Trump. He has 139 electoral votes to Clinton's 104.

10:00pm EST: Polls in 4 more states have closed: Iowa, Montana, Utah and Nevada.

9:40pm EST: CNN calls Connecticut for Clinton and Louisiana for Trump. Trump has 136 electoral votes to Clinton's 104.

9:13pm EST: CNN calls Texas and Arkansas for Trump. Trump has 128 electoral votes to Clinton's 97.

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9:01pm EST: CNN has projected a victory for Clinton in New York and victories for Trump in Kansas, Nebraska (3 of 5), Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. Clinton has 97 electoral votes to Trump's 84.

9:00pm EST: Polls in 14 more states have closed: Arkansas, New York, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming.

8:56pm EST: While we're waiting for more results to come in...

8:30pm EST: CNN has called South Carolina and Alabama for Trump. Clinton has 68 electoral votes to Trump's 66.

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8:01pm EST: CNN has called the race for Hillary Clinton in Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. CNN has called Oklahoma and Mississippi for Donald Trump. Clinton has 68 electoral votes to Trump's 48.

8:00pm EST: Polls in 16 more states plus D.C. have closed: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Alabama, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee. 

7:31pm EST: CNN has called West Virginia for Donald Trump. He now has 24 electoral votes to Clinton's 3.

7:30pm EST: The polls just closed in North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia.

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7:10pm EST: Remember, if the polls close & you're already in line -- you can still vote. Let's #turnOUT for HillaryClinton & pro-equality candidates!

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7:01 pm EST: CNN has called Vermont and Indiana for Clinton, and Kentucky and Indiana for Trump. Trump shas 19 electoral votes, Clinton has 3.

7:00 pm EST: Polls have just closed in Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Georgia and Vermont! News outlets should be calling results shortly.

6:00 pm EST: The first polls have closed in parts of Kentucky and Indiana. HRC's rapid response team will be here all night to provide breaking news on all things Election Night!


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