Last Tuesday, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Because this is a projection, it means not all states were counted. Yesterday, New Hampshire’s results finally came in and the electoral votes went to Clinton.

The state had been unofficially called for Clinton on Election Night. However, once all the votes were finally counted, the state officially called the race for the former Secretary of State.

The race was expected to be tight but when the numbers finally came in, it was shockingly tight. Clinton won the state by a 0.3 percent margin, which was closer than any poll ever predicted.

Ultimately, this brings Clinton’s electoral votes total to 232, still shy of 270 and of Donald Trumps 290.

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