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Left: Hillary Clinton speaks at the South Oval on Oct. 11. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo Editor. Right: Donald Trump speaks at a press conference on Nov. 3. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

Left: Hillary Clinton speaks at the South Oval on Oct. 11. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo Editor.
Right: Donald Trump speaks at a press conference on Nov. 3. Credit: Courtesy of TNS

2:29 a.m.

Wall Street Journal has called the race for Donald Trump.

1:41 a.m.

CNN has called Alaska for Trump and AP has also called Pensylvania for the GOP nominee

Electoral College: Clinton 215 | 267 Trump

1:31 a.m.

AP has projected that the Republicans will retain control of the Senate.

Electoral College: Clinton 215 | 244 Trump

12:28 a.m.

AP has called Nevada for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 215 | 238 Trump

12:08 a.m.

CNN has called Iowa for Donald Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 209 | 244 Trump

11:40 p.m.

AP projects Trump to win Georgia. CNN called Washington for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 209 | 238 Trump

11:31 p.m. 

NBC News projects Trump to win Utah.

Electoral College: Clinton 197 | 222 Trump

11:21 p.m.

CNN projects Clinton to win Oregon and has allocated all of Nebraska’s proportionally given electoral votes to Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 197 | 216 Trump

The Lantern included the proportionally given Nebraska electoral votes in previous tallies.

11:08 p.m.

CNN has called North Carolina for Donald Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 190 | 216 Trump

11:00 p.m.

CNN has called Hawaii and California for Clinton, and Idaho for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 190 | 201 Trump

10:58 p.m.

AP has called Florida for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 131 | 197 Trump

10:47 p.m.

CNN has called Colorado for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 131 | 168 Trump

10:31 p.m.

NBC has called Virginia for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 122 | 168 Trump

10:21 p.m.

CNN has called Ohio for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 104 | 167 Trump

10:14 p.m.

CNN has called Missouri for Trump and New Mexico for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 109 | 149 Trump

10:01 p.m. 

CNN has called Montana for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 104 | 139 Trump

9:45 p.m.

CNN is projecting that the Republicans will retain control in the House of Representatives.

Electoral College: Clinton 104 | 136 Trump

9:41 p.m.

CNN has called Connecticut for Clinton and Louisiana for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 104 | 136 Trump

9:24 p.m.

CNN has projected Rep. Joyce Beatty, OH-3, to win her district against Republican challenger John Adams.

9:16 p.m.

Ohio is currently reporting 51.5 percent for Trump, 44.5 percent for Clinton, 2.9 percent for Johnson, 0.7 percent for Stein according to the Ohio Secretary of State.

Franklin County is reporting 65.8 percent for Clinton, 29.4 percent for Trump, 2.5 percent for Johnson and 0.8 percent for Stein according to the Franklin Board of Elections.

Electoral College: Clinton 97 | 128 Trump

9:12 p.m.

CNN has called Texas and Arkansas for Trump

Electoral College: Clinton 97 | 128 Trump

9:00 p.m.

CNN has called Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas for Trump and New York for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 97 | 84 Trump

8:30 p.m.

CNN has called Alabama for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 68 | 66 Trump

8:23 p.m.

Ohio is currently reporting 51.2 percent for Clinton, 45.2 percent for Trump, 2.5 percent for Johnson and 0.7 percent for Stein according to the Ohio Secretary of State.

Franklin County is reporting the same results as the earlier update.

Electoral College: Clinton 68 | 48 Trump

8:18 p.m.

CNN has called Tennessee for Trump and Rhode Island for Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 68 | 48 Trump

8:15 p.m.

CNN is currently calling D.C., Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey for Clinton, and Oklahoma and South Carolina for Trump.

Electoral College: Clinton 68 | 48 Trump

8:00 p.m.

Ohio is currently reporting 53.0 percent for Clinton, 43.3 percent for Trump, 2.5 percent for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and .7 percent for Green Party candidate Jill Stein, according to the Ohio Secretary of State .

Franklin County is reporting 67 percent for Clinton, 28 percent Trump, 2 percent Johnson and 3 percent Stein, according to the Franklin County Board of Elections.

Electoral College: Clinton 68 | 48 Trump

7:40 p.m.

CNN has projected Ohio Sen. Rob Portman will keep his Senate seat, defeating former Gov. Ted Strickland.

Electoral College: Clinton 3 | 24 Trump

7:30 p.m.

Polls have officially closed in Ohio. Those currently in line will still be permitted to cast their vote.

Electoral College: Clinton 3 | 19 Trump

7:00 p.m.

CNN has projected Kentucky and Indiana for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Vermont for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Electoral College: Clinton 3 | 19 Trump

Jay Panandiker, Michael Huson and Abby Vesoulis contributed to this article.

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