Donald Trump elected US president in stunning victory over Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump secures 270 votes needed to become the next president of the US, reports Guardian.
Trump wins Wisconsin
He is the first Republican candidate to do so here since 1984 4 mins ago
Clinton wins Maine with 48% of the vote
* Maine splits electoral votes, Three out of four electoral votes go to Clinton. One vote goes to Trump.
Trump wins Pennsylvania
He is the first Republican candidate to do so here since 1988.
Clinton is now on 215, having won the following: Connecticut (7) Delaware (3) Illinois (20) Maryland (10) Massachusetts (11) New Jersey (14) New York (29) Rhode Island (4) Vermont (3) Washington, DC (3), New Mexico (5), Virginia (13), Colorado (9), California (55), Hawaii (4), Oregon (4), Washington (12), Nevada (6).
Trump is ahead on 244 after winning: Alabama (9) Arkansas (6) Indiana (11) Kansas (6) Kentucky (8) Louisiana (8) Mississippi (6) Nebraska (5) North Dakota (3) Oklahoma (7) South Carolina (9) South Dakota (3) Tennessee (11) Texas (38) West Virginia (5) Wyoming (3), Montana (3), Missouri (10), Ohio (18), Florida (29), Idaho (4), North Carolina (15), Georgia (16), Utah (6), Iowa (6).
Hillary wins in Nevada.
Trump wins with 52.0% of the vote in Iowa.
Trump wins with 52.9% of the vote in Utah.
Trump wins with 53.7% of the vote in Georgia.
Hillary narrowly clinches the state's 12 electoral votes in Washington.
Trump wins big with 51.2% of the vote in North Carolina.
Hillary wins big with 68.4% of the vote in Oregon.
Hillary wins the state's 55 electoral votes in California and 4 in Hawaii.
Trump wins big with 81.3% of the vote in Idaho.
Trump wins with 49.2% of the vote in battleground Florida.
Hillary wins with 48.6% of the vote in Colorado.
Hillary wins narrowly with 48.2% of the vote in Virginia.
Trump wins the first battleground state of the election, Ohio.
Donald Trump wins in Missouri
Hillary Clinton wins big with 50.6% of the vote in New Mexico
Donald Trump has won Montana
Trump wins big with 66.5% of the vote in Louisiana
Clinton wins big with 52.7% of the vote in Connecticut
Trump wins in Oklahoma and Hillary wins Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and the District of Columbia.
Hillary Clinton took the state of Vermont and Donald Trump won the states of Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia - all Republican strongholds.
‘62% voters cast ballots before Sept’
CNN exit poll says 62% US voters made their choice in the presidential race before
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The Trumps cast ballot
Republican candidate Donald Trump cast his vote at the Midtown Manhattan precinct, along with his spouse Melania Trump. “Very good – everything’s very good,” Trump said. “It’s just very good, generally speaking,” he said after being asked about what his campaign has heard about the early returns from battleground states.
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Clinton casts her vote in New York
Hillary Clinton and husband Bill voted at a local elementary school near their home in Chappaqua, New York. The Democratic nominee told reporters the event was “humbling”.
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17 states in total now open and voting
Polls opened in Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and part of Tennessee 30 mins ago.
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East-Coast polling booths close and counting begins
All eyes will be on the key battleground state of Virginia (13 electoral votes), which voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 but was previously solid Republican. If Donald Trump is victorious here, or if it's a close win for Hillary Clinton, it could portend a very long, stressful night for the Democrats.
Georgia (16) is another one to watch. The state has voted Republican since 1996, but the party's margin of victory has eroded in recent elections. Also expect projections from Indiana (11), home to Trump running mate Mike Pence, Kentucky (8), South Carolina (9) and Vermont (3).
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(Some) votes counted
Hillary Clinton: 4 votes
Donald Trump: 2 votes
Gary Johnson: 1 vote
Mitt Romney (write-in): 1 vote
Bernie Sanders (write-in): 1
Sanders (write-in): 2
John Kasich/Sanders (write-in): 1