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Sat Nov 5, 2016, 08:05 PM

What will be known by tonight? tomorrow night and Monday night about the election?

I assume that the HRC folks will know A LOT more about where things stand with respect to early voting across the 37 states and most importantly from critical swing states by tonight, tomorrow night and Monday night.

For those folks who are crunching numbers and putting out information into the twitter-sphere, what will we DU'ers likely know about trends. We already know the NV seems locked up for Hillary and Florida is trending our way. What I would like to know is what else do we know about Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Arizona...and other states.

I'm feeling relatively confident, but of course there are still those wonky polls out there and 538 out there that make us all frustrated and maybe a little nervous too.

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Sat Nov 5, 2016, 08:07 PM

1. it's getting closer...and closer...and closer...

 

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Sat Nov 5, 2016, 09:23 PM

2. Nothing

 

We really won't know anything until the networks start breaking down demographic trends at 7 PM Eastern on Tuesday night. The first polls close so they feel free to provide exit poll tidbits from those states and overall, even if they aren't ready to call a state. They'll tell us what the voters thought about Comey, etc. and how some voting blocks compare to 2012 in terms of preference and turnout.

It's possible there may be some leaks earlier online but I prefer to wait for the network summaries.

Sometimes that 7 PM info is all you need to figure out how everything will break.

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