The Green Papers: 2016 General Election
 
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2016 General Election for Governors, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House
AK AL AR AS AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA GU HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MP MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA PR RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VI VT WA WI WV WY
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President
Electoral Votes - 270 to win
Trump306
Clinton232
Total538
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Electoral Vote Breakdown
Trump: AK:3, AL:9, AR:6, AZ:11, FL:29, GA:16, IA:6, ID:4, IN:11, KS:6, KY:8, LA:8, ME:1, MI:16, MO:10, MS:6, MT:3, NC:15, ND:3, NE:5, OH:18, OK:7, PA:20, SC:9, SD:3, TN:11, TX:38, UT:6, WI:10, WV:5, WY:3
Clinton: CA:55, CO:9, CT:7, DC:3, DE:3, HI:4, IL:20, MA:11, MD:10, ME:3, MN:10, NH:4, NJ:14, NM:5, NV:6, NY:29, OR:7, RI:4, VA:13, VT:3, WA:12
Incumbents
Governors
Republican31
Democratic18
Independent1
Total50
114th Senate
Republican54
Democratic44
Independent2
Total100
114th House
Republican247
Democratic188
Total435
8 November 2016 General Election Results (undetermined = to be elected)
Governors
Republican33
Democratic16
Independent1
Total50
115th Senate
Republican52
Democratic46
Independent2
Total100
115th House
Republican241
Democratic193
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Total435

 

 

Presidential and Vice Presidential Debates
Announced 11 July 2016. The debates begin at 9PM Eastern Daylight time, last 90 minutes, and are open to candidates who (1) are constitutionally eligible to hold the office of President, (2) have achieved ballot access in a sufficient number of states to win 270 electoral votes, and (3) are polling at 15% in select national polls. The backup site is Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Reference: http://www.debates.org.
 
DateDebateTopic/FormatScoringLocation
Monday
26 September
First PresidentialAmerica's Direction, Achieving Prosperity, Securing AmericaClinton 59
Trump 55
Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
Tuesday
4 October
Vice Presidential Kaine 76
Pence 75
Longwood University,
Farmville, Virginia
Sunday
9 October
Second PresidentialTown HallClinton 98
Trump 92
Washington University in St. Louis,
St. Louis, Missouri
Wednesday
19 October
Third PresidentialDebt and entitlements, Immigration, Economy, Supreme Court, Foreign hot spots, Fitness to be PresidentClinton 58
Trump 54
University of Nevada, Las Vegas,
Las Vegas, Nevada
 

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