US Presidential Elections 2016, Hourly Updates: Voting Has Officially Begun In 7 States

US Presidential Elections 2016, Hourly Updates: Voting Has Officially Begun In 7 States

 Voting machine Malfunction

Long lines have become a common theme at this elections as voters in some areas had to wait at least for an hour as there are problems with the voting machines. The Republican candidate notified this issue while he was talking with a news channel.

He was asked whether he will accept the results of the elections, he avoided the question and instead said, “There are reports that when someone votes Republican the entire ticket switches over to Democrat. It’s the machines.”

This is normal according to David Dill, a Stanford computer science professor, he said “This happens every election. It’s admitted by the local officials, who say they’ve fixed the problem.

“Touchscreen machines have a reported problem of vote-flipping. The usual explanation for this is that the machines are calibrated wrong so when you touch it in one place, it registers in another place.”

Donald Trump Has Just Cast His Vote In Manhattan

Donald Trump was with his wife Melania Trump when he came to cast his vote at the Midtown Manhattan precinct. After casting his vote he talked with the media, when asked about the early returns from tough states he said,

“Very good, everything’s very good. It;s just very good generally speaking.”

Donald Trump’s Son Cast His Vote In New York

The middle Son of the Republican candidate, Eric Trump has voted for his father in New York, after voting he sent a tweet that read, “It is an incredible honor to vote for my father! He will do such a great job for the U.S.A!”

Voting Machine Problems in Michigan

There have been reports by voters that the optical scanning system of the voting machines is not working properly, according to Facebook posts of some of the voters, they were turned away after their name did not come up in the database

Hillary Clinton Casts Her Vote In New York

The Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton cast her vote with her husband, former president Bill Clinton in New York at 8am local time, they cast their vote in Chappaqua, in an elementary school near their home.

She talked to the media and said, ““So many people are counting on the outcome of this election, what it means for our country and I’ll do the very best I can if I’m fortunate enough to win today.”

Her supporters cheered her on as she and Bill Clinton cast their votes, she said, “It’s a humbling feeling, because I know how much responsibility goes with this.”


Half of Florida already voted

Florida is the biggest swing state in the country and more than half of the voters have already cast their votes, the total number of registered voters in Florida is 13 million and almost 6.4 million have cast their votes already.

Donald Trump with Fox and Friends

Donald Trump appeared on the popular TV show Fox and Friends early morning, he was asked what states does he think are vital for his win, he replied,

“We’re doing very well in New Hampshire, Ohio is incredible, just a great place. We’re going to win Iowa. We’ve had such great experience there. We’re going to win Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire. Who knows what happens ultimately, but we’re going to win a lot of states,”

He also said “I see so many hopes and so many dreams that didn’t happen that could have happened with proper leadership. People are hurting, veterans are hurting… they’ve been hurt so badly, being taken care of so badly. It’s very sad. At the same time, our country has such tremendous potential.”


The elections for the 45th president of the United States of America have officially started, voting has started in the states of New York, part of Indiana, Connecticut, part of Kentucky, Maine, New Jersey, Vermont and Virginia.

Voting will start at 7am in Maryland, Georgia, Michigan, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Rhode Island, while in North Carolina, West Virginia and Ohio it will begin at 6:30am.

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