- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Hillary Clinton defeated Republican Donald Trump in Nevada in the GOP presidential race, defending a state that had backed Democrats in back-to-back presidential elections, and keeping her White House hopes alive.

Networks called race for Mrs. Clinton a couple hours after polls closed at 10 p.m.
It was some goods news for Mrs. Clinton, who dropped a series of battleground states earlier in the night, including Ohio and Florida.

Nevada is worth 6 electoral votes, but its importance was elevated by the tight-knit nature of the race on Tuesday.

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