Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton is currently trailing Republican Party nominee Donald Trump as he is inching closer to the Oval office. Trump surprisingly won key swing states such as Florida, Ohio and North Carolina, denting Clinton’s chances of becoming the first woman Commander-in-Chief. She was initially ahead of Trump, when the first set of votes trickled in. However, Trump clawed his way back and took a commanding lead over her once the key states were called by most US networks. As things stand at the moment, Clinton has won in 17 states and Trump in 23.
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Clinton emerged victorious in California (55), the biggest state in terms of electoral college votes, Hawaii (4), Illinois (20), New York (29), New Jersey (14), Maryland (10), District of Columbia (3), Vermont (3), Massachusetts (11), Connecticut (7), Delaware (3), Colorado (9), New Mexico (5), Virginia (13), Oregon (7), Washington (12) and Rhode Island (4).
It is neck and neck in Pennsylvania and the results for other states like Michigan, Minnesota, Arizona, which have a considerable chunk of seats, are too close to call.