2016 U.S. elections


Nielsen’s preliminary data reveals ratings for VP debate down from 2012


          Ratings from Tuesday's vice presidential debate between Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine is likely to end up with fewer viewers than the VP debates from 2012 and 2008, and could even end up with fewer viewers than in 2004, depending on how the final numbers look. According to very preliminary ratings data from Nielsen, the four broadcast networks were down slightly from the 2012 VP debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan. Total viewership could be less than half of what the first presidential debate between Donald trump and Hillary Clinton saw. That debate averaged 84 million viewers.




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Donald Trump declared winner in Michigan, recount expected


          U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has been declared the winner of Michigan's 16 electoral votes, marking the first time in nearly 3 decades that a Republican candidate has won the state, officials say. A request for a recount is expected later this week. (more)

  8 months ago



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Guam, which has historically predicted winner, picks Clinton


          Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has won the straw poll in the U.S. territory of Guam, a factually meaningless vote but one that has accurately predicted the nation's next president since the first poll in the 1980s.

  8 months ago



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Donald Trump wins nation’s first votes in New Hampshire towns


          Businessman Donald Trump has won the nation's first votes in three small towns in New Hampshire, local officials say. Results from the entire state and other parts of the country won't be known until later on Tuesday. (more)

  8 months ago



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2nd Electoral College voter considers not voting for Clinton


          A second Democratic elector in Washington state says he is considering the possibility of not voting for Hillary Clinton if she wins the state's popular vote, which would mean the former secretary of state may need more electoral votes than Donald Trump.

  8 months ago



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Electoral College voter won’t back Clinton even if she wins


          A Democratic elector in Washington state says he will not vote for Hillary Clinton if she wins the state's popular vote, which would mean the former secretary of state needs more electoral votes than Donald Trump to win the election.

  8 months ago



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