Donald Trump has won the majority needed in the Electoral College to become the next President of the United States, based on projections of the electoral college vote in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
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Donald Trump’s convincing victory in Tuesday’s election is the latest black eye for pollsters who undertake the perilous job of forecasting presidential winners.
Today, more than 60 percent of all Americans registered to vote will have cast ballots in a highly contested presidential race. But voter participation and controversy this year don’t match the drama back 140 years ago when a nation’s fate seemingly hung in the balance in one election.
Many Americans will be heading to the polls at some point today to cast ballots on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. So who picked that day, and why do we still observe it?
The presidential and political office elections aren’t the only big deal on Tuesday. There are plenty of state ballot initiatives that could change life for many Americans.