Millions of Americans have voted and millions more will go to the polls on Tuesday, Election Day. Interest in this unprecedented election has never been higher. Here we will provide the latest updates on the national campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and the races in Florida.
Tampa Bay TimesST. PETERSBURGDonald Trump shocked the political system with an extraordinary victory over Hillary Clinton to become the 45th president of the United States, harnessing the economic and societal anxieties of white voters drawn to his anti-establishment message.
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Tampa Bay TimesHillary Clinton has the slimmest of leads in Florida over Donald Trump heading into Election Day, taking 46 percent of the vote to Trump's 45 percent, according to a Qunnipiac University poll released this morning.
Tampa Bay TimesPowered by a record-setting torrent of last-minute early voters in traditional Democratic strongholds, Florida's pre-election turnout reached 6.4 million Monday, by far the largest of any state. That's an all-time Florida record and equivalent to about half of the state's electorate of 12.9 million voters.
Tampa Bay TimesWith just 30 hours until Election Day polls close in most of Florida, Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, made one final plea Monday afternoon for Democratic voters to turn out in North Florida.
Tampa Bay TimesDAYTONA BEACH — When the first, sleepy stretch of Interstate 4 opened between Plant City and Lakeland in 1959, no one dreamed that this asphalt ribbon would one day become the ultimate political barometer.
Tampa Bay TimesIt has been a long two years leading up to the 2016 presidential election, but it's finally, mercifully, almost over. Regardless of who wins Tuesday, that's cause to celebrate, perhaps with a beer or a cocktail.
Tampa Bay TimesHillary Clinton and Donald Trump hopscotched from Pennsylvania to North Carolina to Michigan on Monday in the final, frenzied hours of the presidential campaign, offering clashing closing arguments as the sprawling map of the United States was reduced to a string of must-win states.
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