UPDATE 2:40 AM: Fox News Channel has now called the race for Donald Trump. He will become the 45th President of the United States.


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Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta addresses the crowd at the Jacob Javits Center in New York:

 

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Krauthammer: A Trump victory would be an ideological revolution:


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Republican Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) wins a contested election against former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.).


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"We're feeling buoyant about what's left to calculate. If you stand in line for 4 or 5 hours to [attend a rally], you'll stand in line for an hour to vote for Donald Trump," campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said.


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If Trump wins, "these polls are not worth the paper they're printed on," Megyn Kelly said.


 

 


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"We've got to figure out how to compromise and get things done," no matter who wins, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said.

"The normal route to Democratic victory in Florida--run up the score in [South Florida]--is not enough to hang on so far," Steve Harrigan reported.


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"The people who ran with Trump are doing well and winning. The people who ran from Trump--they're getting hurt tonight," Mike Huckabee reported.

"[Sen.] Rob Portman (R-Ind.) ran the best election...of anyone [on the] ballot," Marc Thiessen said.


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Hillary Clinton leads the running electoral vote 68 to 67 over Donald Trump.


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"A genuine gender gap" in Georgia may be the reason the otherwise reliably-'red' is Peach State is still to close to call, Brit Hume reported.


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In Florida​, Latino voters have doubled since 2008, Dana Perino reported.


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"It's hard to imagine a path for [Donald Trump] if he does not win Pennsylvania," Clinton For America press secretary Brian Fallon told Bret Baier​ at 7 PM.

"Our ticket is already doing 81 thousand votes better than the ticket was four years ago," Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller told Megyn Kelly at 7 PM.


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Donald Trump is projected to win Kentucky and Indiana.

Hillary Clinton is projected to win Vermont.


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The Trump campaign is "cautiously optimistic".




 




Martha MacCallum has the latest Fox News Exit Polls HERE.



On The Five, Bill Hemmer took a closer look at tonight's poll closings, and how each state's timing can affect how the campaigns will look to future closings in determining their path to victory.

At 7 PM ET, the key states of New Hampshire and Virginia close. The Clinton campaign is feeling confident in the Old Dominion, while Donald Trump hopes to score the state that gave the Republican his first primary victory.

At 7:30, the closely-watched state of North Carolina sees its polls close.

"This is not a state we will be able to call [right away]," Hemmer said.

Then, at 8 PM ET, much of the eastern half of the country's polls will be closed, including key states like Pennsylvania and Florida, the latter of which Hemmer called the "big prize" of the night.

At 9 PM, Michigan and Colorado--two traditionally blue states Trump has been campaigning hard for-- close. Hillary Clinton is also eyeing those as her failsafe against Trump victories earlier in the evening.