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2016 US election results
Updated Nov 14, 2016 3:48 AM EST
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Donald Trump won the presidency
Electoral vote
Popular vote
99% reporting
Votes
Donald Trump
Republican Party
47%
60,350,241
Hillary Clinton
Democratic Party
48%
60,981,118
Gary Johnson
Libertarian Party
3%
4,164,589
Jill Stein
Green Party
1%
1,255,968
Other candidates
0.7%
840,260

Won Leads Swing states

All states
Clinton
Trump
Florida

29 electoral votes
48%
4,485,745
49%
4,605,515
Pennsylvania

20 electoral votes
48%
2,844,705
49%
2,912,941
Michigan

16 electoral votes
47%
2,267,373
48%
2,279,210
North Carolina

15 electoral votes
47%
2,162,074
51%
2,339,603
Virginia

13 electoral votes
50%
1,916,845
45%
1,731,156
Colorado

9 electoral votes
47%
1,212,209
44%
1,137,455
Ohio

18 electoral votes
44%
2,317,001
52%
2,771,984
Wisconsin

10 electoral votes
47%
1,382,210
48%
1,409,467
Nevada

6 electoral votes
48%
537,753
46%
511,319
New Hampshire

4 electoral votes
48%
348,126
47%
345,598
Iowa

6 electoral votes
42%
650,790
52%
798,923
All states
Election insights
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Trump won more rural counties
 9.5%
Clinton
 90.5%
Trump
Trump won more counties where the population is 100,000 or more
36.7%
Clinton
 63.3%
Trump
Clinton won more counties where at least 50% of adults have bachelor’s degrees
 79.1%
Clinton
 20.9%
Trump
Trump won more counties whereless than 5% of the population is foreign born
8.1%
Clinton
91.9%
Trump
Trump won more counties where the median household income is less than $50,000
 11.5%
Clinton
 88.5%
Trump
Trump won more counties whereless than 20% of adults have bachelor’s degrees
 7.8%
Clinton
 92.2%
Trump
Trump won more counties where the population is 10,000 or less
6.3%
Clinton
 93.7%
Trump
Clinton won more counties where less than 50% of the population is white
 83.8%
Clinton
16.2%
Trump
Clinton won more counties where at least 45% of the population is African American
85.0%
Clinton
 15.0%
Trump
Clinton won more counties where at least 30% of the population is foreign born
71.4%
Clinton
28.6%
Trump
Donald Trump won Wisconsin, which Mitt Romney lost in 2012
Donald Trump won Pennsylvania, which Mitt Romney lost in 2012
Donald Trump won Iowa, which Mitt Romney lost in 2012
Donald Trump won Florida, which Mitt Romney lost in 2012
Donald Trump  won Ohio, which Mitt Romney lost in 2012
 Sources: AP, Learn More

 


Harvard Republican Club Just Did THIS For The First Time In Their History…And Trump Is Furious

by Matthew

 The Harvard Republican was founded in 1888. Since then, they have existed to promote Republican “values” and candidates, and they have endorsed every single Republican candidate. Until now, that is. Here is their latest statement:
 Dear Members and Alumni,
In every presidential election since 1888, the members and Executive Board of the Harvard Republican Club have gathered to discuss, debate, and eventually endorse the standard-bearer of our party. But for the first time in 128 years, we, the oldest College Republicans chapter in the nation, will not be endorsing the Republican nominee.

Donald Trump holds views that are antithetical to our values not only as Republicans, but as Americans. The rhetoric he espouses –from racist slander to misogynistic taunts– is not consistent with our conservative principles, and his repeated mocking of the disabled and belittling of the sacrifices made by prisoners of war, Gold Star families, and Purple Heart recipients is not only bad politics, but absurdly cruel.

If enacted, Donald Trump’s platform would endanger our security both at home and abroad. Domestically, his protectionist trade policies and draconian immigration restrictions would enlarge our federal deficit, raise prices for consumers, and throw our economy back into recession. Trump’s global outlook, steeped in isolationism, is considerably out-of-step with the traditional Republican stance as well. The flippancy with which he is willing to abdicate the United States’ responsibility to lead is alarming. Calling for the US’ withdrawal from NATO and actively endorsing nuclear proliferation, Donald Trump’s foreign policy would wreak havoc on the established world order which has held aggressive foreign powers in check since World War II.

Perhaps most importantly, however, Donald Trump simply does not possess the temperament and character necessary to lead the United States through an increasingly perilous world. The last week should have made obvious to all what has been obvious to most for more than a year. In response to any slight –perceived or real– Donald Trump lashes out viciously and irresponsibly. In Trump’s eyes, disagreement with his actions or his policies warrants incessant name calling and derision: stupid, lying, fat, ugly, weak, failing, idiot –and that’s just his “fellow” Republicans. He isn’t eschewing political correctness. He is eschewing basic human decency.

Donald Trump, despite spending more than a year on the campaign trail, has either refused or been unable to educate himself on issues that matter most to Americans like us. He speaks only in platitudes, about greatness, success, and winning. Time and time again, Trump has demonstrated his complete lack of knowledge on critical matters, meandering from position to position over the course of the election. When confronted about these frequent reversals, Trump lies in a manner more brazen and shameless than anything politics has ever seen.

Millions of people across the country are feeling despondent. Their hours have been cut, wages slashed, jobs even shipped overseas. But Donald Trump doesn’t have a plan to fix that. He has a plan to exploit that. Donald Trump is a threat to the survival of the Republic. His authoritarian tendencies and flirtations with fascism are unparalleled in the history of our democracy. He hopes to divide us by race, by class, and by religion, instilling enough fear and anxiety to propel himself to the White House. He is looking to to pit neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, American against American. We will not stand for this vitriolic rhetoric that is poisoning our country and our children.

President Reagan called on us to maintain this, our shining city on a hill. He called on us to maintain freedom abroad by keeping a strong presence in the world. He called on us to maintain liberty at home by upholding the democratic process and respecting our opponents. He called on us to maintain decency in our hearts by loving our neighbor.

He would be ashamed of Donald Trump. We are too. This fall, we will instead focus our efforts on reclaiming the Republican Party from those who have done it considerable harm, campaigning for candidates who will uphold the conservative principles that have defined the Republican Party for generations. We will work to ensure both chambers of Congress remain in Republican hands, continuing to protect against executive overreach regardless of who wins the election this November.

We call on our party’s elected leaders to renounce their support of Donald Trump, and urge our fellow College Republicans to join us in condemning and withholding their endorsement from this dangerous man. The conservative movement in America should not and will not go quietly into the night. A longtime student of American democracy, Alexis de Tocqueville once said, “America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.” De Tocqueville believed in the United States. Americans are a decent people. We work hard, protect our own, and look out for one another in times of need, regardless of the color of our skin, the God we worship, or our party registration. Donald Trump may not believe in that America, but we do. And that America will never cease to be great.

The Harvard Republican Club”


Ray Jones selected by the International Elections Observation organization - Democracy Wins

Ray Jones selected by the International Elections Observation organization – Democracy Wins

 


Press Release – Columbus, OH 

Mr. Ray Jones, a strong friend of the Liberian community in Columbus was the keynote speaker at Liberia’s 162nd Independence Day Gala. Mr. Jones, a gifted and charismatic public speaker spoke eloquently on the topic “The Consequences of Forgetting Where You Came From and the Character It Takes to Build a Nation.” During his address in which he kept the audience spellbound, Mr. Jones sprinkled his remarks with Biblical references about our reliance on God and the consequence of not bearing fruit as exemplified by Jesus’ curse of the fig tree.

Mr. Jones admonished Liberians that in order to build a nation, its people must avoid corruption, greed, and selfishness. “We in the United States must be committed to improving the lives of those less fortunate in our country, Liberia. We must encourage and motivate the young among us to volunteer their time and talents in service to our country“. He wondered out loud why so many of our young people don’t show interest in the history and culture of their native land, Liberia. They don’t know the meaning of the national anthem or the history of the Liberian people’s struggle for democracy.

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