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Donald Trump Won the Presidency (Road to 270 - 270 of 538 Electoral Votes Needed to Win)



US Presidential Election Results 2016


The 58th U.S. presidential elections are scheduled to be held Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Some 200 million registered voters of the oldest democracy of the world go to vote from 6 A.M. in the morning till 8 P.M. at night (exact timings vary from state to state).

Voters will choose their presidential electors, who in turn will vote for a new president and vice president, through the Electoral College on the basis of the results in their jurisdiction.According to the U.S. constitution, an incumbent president cannot be re-elected more than once. This prevents the incumbent president and Democratic Party member Barack Obama from being elected for a third term. The 2016 presidential elections will determine the 45th President and 48th Vice President of United States of America.

Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump are the two presidential candidates in the fray this time. They got elected through the presidential primaries held between February and June 2016. Business tycoon Donald Trump emerged the Republican Party's nominee after defeating Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Governor John Kasich, Senator Marco Rubio and other candidates in the party. Former U.S. Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Clinton became the Democratic Party's nominee after defeating Senator Bernie Sanders. This year's election is going to be really close and also historic irrespective of who wins. If Trump emerges the winner, he will be the oldest president to take office and if it's Clinton, the U.S. will have its first female president. Watch this space for live updates as the election unfolds.


US Presidential Election Results 2012 by State


Map of 2012 Presidential Election Results by State

Alabama

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney61%

Obama38%

Alaska

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney55%

B. Obama42%

Arizona

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney55%

B. Obama44%

Arkansas

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney61%

B. Obama37%

California

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama59%

M. Romney39%

Colorado

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama51%

M. Romney47%

Connecticut

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama58%

M. Romney41%

Delaware

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama59%

M. Romney40%

New Jersey

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama58%

M. Romney41%

Florida

CandidateVote%

B. Obama50%

M. Romney49%

Georgia

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney53%

B. Obama45%

Hawaii

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama70%

M. Romney28%

Idaho

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney65%

B. Obama33%

Illinois

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama57%

M. Romney41%

Indiana

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney54%

B. Obama44%

Iowa

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama52%

M. Romney46%

Kansas

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney60%

B. Obama38%

Kentucky

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney61%

B. Obama38%

Louisiana

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney58%

B. Obama41%

Maine

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama56%

M. Romney41%

Maryland

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama62%

M. Romney36%

Massachusetts

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama61%

M. Romney38%

Michigan

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama54%

M. Romney45%

Minnesota

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama53%

M. Romney45%

Mississippi

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney55%

B. Obama44%

Missouri

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney54%

B. Obama44%

Montana

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney55%

B. Obama42%

Nebraska

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney61%

B. Obama38%

Nevada

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama52%

M. Romney46%

New Hampshire

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama52%

M. Romney46%

New Mexico

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama53%

M. Romney43%

New York

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama63%

M. Romney36%

North Carolina

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney51%

B. Obama48%

North Dakota

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney59%

B. Obama39%

Ohio

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama50%

M. Romney48%

Oklahoma

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney67%

B. Obama33%

Oregon

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama54%

M. Romney43%

Pennsylvania

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama52%

M. Romney47%

Rhode Island

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama63%

M. Romney35%

South Carolina

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney55%

B. Obama44%

South Dakota

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney58%

B. Obama40%

Tennessee

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney59%

B. Obama39%

Texas

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney57%

B. Obama41%

Utah

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney73%

B. Obama25%

Vermont

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama67%

M. Romney31%

Virginia

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama51%

M. Romney48%

Washington

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama55%

M. Romney43%

West Virginia

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney62%

B. Obama35%

Wisconsin

CandidateVote%

Winner B. Obama53%

M. Romney46%

Wyoming

CandidateVote%

Winner M. Romney69%

B. Obama28%

Description : US Presidential election results - The map on winning candidates shows Republicans in red and Democrats in blue in the USA Election 2012. Disclaimer



 

US Presidential Election Results by State

 
Alaska (2012 vs 08)Alaska (2008 vs 04) Montana (2012 vs 08)Montana (2008 vs 04)
Arizona (2012 vs 08)Alabama (2008 vs 04)Nebraska (2012 vs 08)Nebraska (2008 vs 04)
Arkansas (2012 vs 08)Arizona (2008 vs 04)Nevada (2012 vs 08)Nevada (2008 vs 04)
California (2012 vs 08)Arkansas (2008 vs 04)New Hampshire (2012 vs 08)New Hampshire (2008 vs 04)
Colorado (2012 vs 08)California (2008 vs 04)New Jersey (2012 vs 08)New Jersey (2008 vs 04)
Connecticut (2012 vs 08)Colorado (2008 vs 04)New Mexico (2012 vs 08)New Mexico (2008 vs 04)
Delaware (2012 vs 08)Connecticut (2008 vs 04)Newyork (2012 vs 08)New York (2008 vs 04)
Dist of Columbia (2012 vs 08)Delaware (2008 vs 04)North Carolina (2012 vs 08)North Carolina (2008 vs 04)
Florida (2012 vs 08)Columbia (2008 vs 04)North Dakota (2012 vs 08)North Dakota (2008 vs 04)
Georgia (2012 vs 08)Florida (2008 vs 04)Ohio (2012 vs 08)Ohio (2008 vs 04)
Hawaii (2012 vs 08)Georgia (2008 vs 04)Oklahoma (2012 vs 08)Oklahoma (2008 vs 04)
Idaho (2012 vs 08)Hawaii (2008 vs 04)Oregon (2012 vs 08)Oregon (2008 vs 04)
Illinois (2012 vs 08)Idaho (2008 vs 04)Pennsylvania (2012 vs 08)Pennsylvania (2008 vs 04)
Indiana (2012 vs 08)Illinois (2008 vs 04)Rhode Island (2012 vs 08)Rhode island (2008 vs 04)
Iowa (2012 vs 08)Indiana (2008 vs 04)South Carolina (2012 vs 08)South Carolina (2008 vs 04)
Kansas (2012 vs 08)Iowa (2008 vs 04)South Dakota (2012 vs 08)South Dakota (2008 vs 04)
Kentucky (2012 vs 08)Kansas (2008 vs 04)Tennessee (2012 vs 08)Tennessee (2008 vs 04)
Louisiana (2012 vs 08)Kentucky (2008 vs 04)Texas (2012 vs 08)Texas (2008 vs 04)
Maine (2012 vs 08)Louisiana (2008 vs 04)Utah (2012 vs 08)Utah (2008 vs 04)
Maryland (2012 vs 08)Maine (2008 vs 04)Vermont (2012 vs 08)Vermont (2008 vs 04)
Massachusetts (2012 vs 08)Maryland (2008 vs 04)Virginia (2012 vs 08)Virginia (2008 vs 04)
Michigan (2012 vs 08)Massachusetts (2008 vs 04)Washington (2012 vs 08)Washington (2008 vs 04)
Minnesota (2012 vs 08)Michigan (2008 vs 04)West Virginia (2012 vs 08)West Virginia (2008 vs 04)
Mississippi (2012 vs 08)Minnesota (2008 vs 04)Wisconsin (2012 vs 08)Wisconsin (2008 vs 04)
Missouri (2012 vs 08)Mississippi (2008 vs 04)Wyoming (2012 vs 08)Wyoming (2008 vs 04)
Alabama (2012 vs 08)Missouri (2008 vs 04) 

Last Updated on: November 08, 2016



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