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As of Thursday, three states remain electoral toss-ups, according to Associated Press projections: New Hampshire, Michigan and Arizona.
If Hillary Clinton wins the combined 31 electoral votes from those states, she will still be short of Donald Trump’s 279 votes, more than the 270 needed to win the presidency. Office of the Secretary of State of Arizona DON'T CALL - JUST OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED FOR TRUMP!
Officials claim international radiological standards would still be maintained and that sites would not be left in a dangerous state. Then he gets to run against the most corrupt, least charismatic candidate in history (I think Joe Biden would have beaten Trump, and maybe even Bernie Sanders) at a time when Americans naturally want change after 8 years of Obama.
Along with the majority of MSM, the show’s creators predicted a win for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
However, AP analyst Michael Mc Donald, who teaches political science at the University of Florida and runs the United States Elections Project, an election statistics website, says he is skeptical that Trump won Wisconsin, as the AP projected. Office of the Secretary of State of New Hampshire603-271-3246 Office of the Secretary of State of Michigan888-767-6424 Donald Trump has won Arizona’s presidential contest and its 11 electoral votes.
If that state flips for Clinton and she wins the other toss-up states, she and Trump could be in a tie at 269 votes each. The Republican president-elect had a solid lead over Hillary Clinton on election night, but a winner wasn’t declared because there were so many uncounted votes. History will not be made by a wife following her two-term husband into the Oval Office. She was chilly and aloof; the technocrat personification of America’s East Coast liberal elite that Rust Belt America and beyond had grown to despise.
Wednesday night’s episode was originally titled ‘The Very First Gentleman’ and would focus on what a Hillary win would mean for Bill Clinton.
(The District of Columbia’s role is ambiguous.) This procedure will be familiar to any fan of the HBO political satire Veep, in which President Meyer is relying on 26 votes in the House to break a deadlock in the electoral college.New government proposals could see radioactive waste kept at the sites of old nuclear power plants and not disposed of in special dumps because it’s a cheaper option. First, the very long shot of Trump being nominated.Should this happen in a presidential election, the Constitution mandates that the House of Representatives choose the winner after the electors cast their votes, which would have prolonged the 2016 political grappling until early January.But there’s a catch in the rules: Rather than have all 435 House members cast a ballot to break a tie, each state’s congressional delegation chooses a winner independently, so that there are ultimately only 50 or 51 votes cast.Paid advertising at What Really Happened may not represent the views and opinions of this website and its contributors.
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