What to watch for on election Night – Clinton vs Trump

Clinton vs Trump – The two candidates are making a last-minute dash across swing states like Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina as the 2016 presidential race enters its final hours. They’ve also gone north to Michigan and New Hampshire to states Democrats have won in recent cycles but could flip this year.

Donald Trump attempts to crack Hillary Clinton’s blue wall, while Hillary on the other hand is hoping for a surge in Latino turnout fueled by opposition to Trump.

Clinton vs Trump – What to study as the night unfoldsWhat to watch for on election Night - Clinton vs Trump

Americans are getting set for a long Election Night of waiting to see who the 45th US president will be, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. Here is what to study as the night unfolds:

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The question for Clinton is whether her “blue wall” of Democratic-leaning states on the Great Lakes. Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin will hold. Her rival, Trump has targeted all three, but Clinton has consistently led polls in all three states. However, most voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania cast their ballots on Election Day, which means her campaign hasn’t built the early voting advantage already in place elsewhere. If Clinton can do that and pick up just one of North Carolina, Florida or Ohio, she’s all but guaranteed to win. But if she can’t win one of those three states, she’ll need to hold Virginia, vote-by-mail Colorado, New Hampshire and Nevada, where Democrats have already built a hefty early voting edge.

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The paths to victory for Trump start with holding onto two battlegrounds that Mitt Romney won four years ago, North Carolina and Arizona and flipping three states President Barack Obama carried which are Florida, Ohio and Iowa. A loss in any of the states would severely complicate Trump’s already precarious path to 270 electoral votes. But A win in a state like Pennsylvania or Michigan would allow Trump to offset a loss in North Carolina and still have a shot at reaching 270. If that doesn’t happen, holding North Carolina and Arizona, while reclaiming Florida, Ohio and Iowa from the Democrats, plus Maine’s 2nd District would only get him to 260.

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