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    US Presidential Election 2016: Voting Day and Results (82)
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    US Republican presidential hopeful is coming ahead of his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the state of Wisconsin, partial results show.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – With about 1% of the votes counted, Trump has 54.5% of the votes, while Clinton has 38.2%, the CNN count showed.

    The north-central state of Wisconsin has ten electoral votes, an important prize for both major US political parties.

    Use Sputnik’s interactive map to follow results as they come here.

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    US Presidential Election 2016: Voting Day and Results (82)

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