Live 2016 Election Day results: Find out who the next president will be

Nearly 20 months after Ted Cruz kicked off the 2016 campaign as the first candidate to jump into the race, Americans have finally cast their ballots.

Not only will voters decide who the 45th president of the United States will be, but there are also a number of competitive House races and ballot propositions to keep an eye on.

Keep it locked here for's live Election Day results coverage.

2:42 am ET: Trump wins Arizona

2:32 am ET: Donald Trump projected to be the next president of the United States

2:29 am ET: Wisconsin projected for Donald Trump

2:15 am ET: Donald Trump wins Alaska

1:42 am ET: Donald Trump wins Pennsylvania

1:34 am ET: Republicans will retain control of Senate after win in Pennsylvania

12:33 pm ET: Hillary Clinton projected to win Nevada

12:29 pm ET: Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio loses reelection

11:32 pm ET: Trump projected winner in Iowa

11:06 pm ET: Donald Trump wins the key battleground state of North Carolina

11:02 pm ET: Hillary Clinton projected to win California and Hawaii. Donald Trump picks up Idaho.

10:55 pm ET: Donald Trump wins swing state Florida.

10:50 pm ET: Florida OKs medical marijuana as nine states vote on pot

10:49 pm ET: Hillary Clinton wins Colorado

10:39 pm ET: Virginia projected for Hillary Clinton

10:15 pm ET: Donald Trump projected to win Missouri

10:14 pm ET: Richard Burr wins Senate race in North Carolina

10:12 pm ET: Clinton is projected winner in New Mexico

10:02 pm ET: Donald Trump projected to win Montana

9:49 pm ET: U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan re-elected to U.S. House of Representatives.

9:13 pm ET: Donald Trump projected to win Arkansas.

9:10 pm ET: John McCain wins U.S. Senate re-election bid in Arizona

9:00 pm ET: Donald Trump expected to win Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota. Hillary Clinton wins New York.

8:32 pm ET: GOP maintains control of the U.S. House of Representatives

8:16 pm ET: Tammy Duckworth Wins Illinois Senate seat.

8:00 pm ET: Hillary Clinton projected to win Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Rhode Island, Illinois, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Massachusetts. Donald Trump wins Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Mississippi.

7:55 pm ET: Marco Rubio wins Florida Senate race.

7:52 pm ET: Donald Trump wins South Carolina​​​​​​.

7:45 pm ET: Ohio Republican Sen. Rob Portman has defeated former Gov. Ted Strickland.

7:30 pm ET: Donald Trump projected to win West Virginia.

7:11 pm ET: Rand Paul will win the Kentucky Senate race based on exit poll analysis, projects.

7:00 pm ET: Donald Trump is projected to win Indiana and Kentucky. ​​Vermont has been projected to go to Hillary Clinton, according to CNN.

6:00 pm ET: Polls in the Eastern time zones of Indiana and Kentucky were the first to close, and a flood of vital battleground states such as Virginia, North Carolina and Ohio - where polls were due to close in the next hour - would provide initial clues about the possible winner.​​​​


This page will be updated throughout the night as results roll in. Refresh the page for the latest.

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