Live Blog #1: Election Results

This post will periodically be updated as information becomes available.

9:05 p.m.: The AP calls North Carolina (15) for Trump.

8:25 p.m.: The AP calls Virginia (13) for Clinton.

8:20 p.m.: The AP calls Ohio (18) for Trump.

8:10 p.m.: The AP calls the North Carolina Senate race for Richard Burr (R).

6:40 p.m.: The AP calls the Indiana Senate race for Todd Young (R), a failed pick-up attempt for Democrats after Evan Bayh led much of the year.

5:50 p.m.: The AP calls South Carolina (9) for Trump.

5:50 p.m.: The AP calls the Ohio Senate race for Rob Portman (R).

5:30: The AP calls West Virginia (5) for Trump.

5:10: The AP calls Indiana (11) and Kentucky (8) for Trump. AP calls the Kentucky Senate race for “Aqua Buddha” Rand Paul (R).

AP calls Vermont (3) for Clinton. AP calls the Vermont Senate race for Patrick Leahy (D).

3:30 p.m.: Parts of Indiana and Kentucky close polls at 4:00 p.m. Arizona time. Indiana has an open Senate seat contest between Evan Bayh (D) and Todd Young (R). Kentucky has a Senate race between incumbent “Aqua Buddha” Rand Paul (R) and Jim Gray (D).

Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont and Virginia close polls at 5:00 p.m. Arizona time. Georgia has a Senate race between incumbent Johnny Isakson (R) and Jim Barksdale (D).  South Carolina has a Senate race between incumbent Tim Scott (R) and  Thomas Dixon (D). Vermont has a Senate race between incumbent Patrick Leahy (D) and Scott Milne (R).

North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia close polls at 5:30 p.m. Arizona time. North Carolina has a Senate race between incumbent Richard Burr (R) and Deborah Ross (D). Ohio has a Senate race between incumbent Rob Portman (R) and Ted Strickland (D).

4 responses to “Live Blog #1: Election Results

  1. Carolyn Classen

    This is why it is tough to live in Hawaii (2:30 p.m. now, 3 hours back from MST) when East Coast electoral state votes are already being announced. Polls close HST at 6 p.m. (11 p.m EST). By then, the Presidential election may be decided.

  2. Lorraine Patterson

    There is voter supression in AZ. Who monitors what signatures are thrown out? Many like myself did not receive their early ballots. The website to register was broken a few months ago.

    • AZ BlueMeanie

      You still have time to check with your county recorder office re: your voter status. Call! Polls close at 7:00 p.m.

      • Lorraine Patterso

        I waited in the early voter two line system. One to check in and one to wait until they printed the ballot. I did vote and I did need the restroom due to medical needs but there were none nearby.I did not want to wait in line election day and find out I was per website I was at the wrong place.
        I wonder who oversees the ballots they throw out for signature discrepancy ! Did they really try to call 5,000 people? Maricopa County is the 4 th largest county in the country and what happens here affects a lot of families, working poor, women and children. We are already recognized for prosceutor misconduct, tent city and racism . There is much distrust and fear here of the persons running Marciopa County as federal lawsuits illustrate .
        Firthermore, the persons whom need to vote like the working poor , the homeless, and elderly are not accommodated here as to voting in which to get a fair vote should be happening .