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Here’s how to follow the US election results in this new reality where Trump could really win

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  • Jake Flanagin
By Jake Flanagin


Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

Votes remain out in a number of key battleground states, including North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Michigan, and Wisconsin. As Clinton’s grip on victory slips, it becomes clear she must win in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, at the least, to take the White House.

If she loses in Michigan and Wisconsin (where Trump currently holds a lead), she could win by way of Arizona, where the race is still extremely close.

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