Not a lot of updates to report. Florida has new numbers, Clinton now up by around 187,000 votes out of 5.1 million. All else unchanged.
Let’s look at percentages:
In Colorado, Clinton leads 46.3-43.7(2.6%), with 59.8% of the expected votes accounted for.
In Florida, it’s Clinton leading 48.6-45.2 (3.4%), with 52.4% of expected turnout.
In Iowa, Clinton leads 48.3-43.3 (5.0%), with 33.3 of expected turnout.
In Nevada, Clinton leads 46.7-45.2 (1.5%), with 46.2% of expected turnout.
New Hampshire has no reported data yet.
In Ohio, Clinton leads 47.9-43.9 (4.0%), with 22.7% of expected turnout.
In Pennsylvania, Trump leads 49.9-42.9 (7.0%), but with only 3.4% of expected turnout (PA has limited early voting)
In Wisconsin, Clinton leads 52.7-40.3 (12.4%), with 17.3% of expected turnout
So far, so good. Colorado is a little closer than I’d like, as is Nevada, but better up than down. As more data comes in, I’ll have more updates.