2016 Presidential Electoral College Projections

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2016 Presidential Electoral College Projections

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2016 Presidential Electoral College Projections

Election Day 2016 has arrived, finally. In keeping with the politics replacing sports trend, here are the TBL staff predictions for how the election plays out.

Ty Duffy

45th POTUS: Clinton

Clinton Electoral Votes: 323

Trump Electoral Votes: 215

Clinton Swing States: Colorado, Florida, Maine (both), Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin

Trump Swing States: Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Ohio, Utah

Popular Vote: 49 (Clinton), 45 (Trump), 4 (Johnson)

Senate Control: Democratic

House Control: Republican

How the Election Was Rigged: Vast left-wing media conspiracy orchestrated by an Illuminati sect using a small sports blog as a front.

Jason Lisk

45th POTUS: Clinton

Clinton Electoral Votes: 307

Trump Electoral Votes: 231

Clinton Swing States: Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin

Trump Swing States: Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio, Utah, Maine (2nd District)

Popular Vote: 48 (Clinton), 45 (Trump), 5 (Johnson)

Senate Control: Democratic

House Control: Republican

How the Election Was Rigged: By allowing the wrong people to vote.

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Ryan Phillips

45th POTUS: Clinton

Clinton Electoral Votes: 323

Trump Electoral Votes: 215

Clinton Swing States: Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin

Trump Swing States: Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Ohio, Utah

Popular Vote: 48 (Clinton), 44 (Trump), 4 (Johnson)

Senate Control: Democratic

House Control: Republican

How the Election Was Rigged: Kang and Kodos revealed they were behind it the whole time.

Jason McIntyre

45th POTUS: Clinton

Clinton Electoral Votes: 339

Trump Electoral Votes: 199

Popular Vote: 47 (Clinton), 44 (Trump), 5 (Johnson)

Senate Control: Democratic

House Control: Republican

How the Election Was Rigged: Because the media.

Kyle Koster

45th POTUS: Clinton, but closer than the experts think.

Clinton Electoral Votes: 273

Trump Electoral Votes: 265

Clinton Swing States: Colorado, Florida,  Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin

Trump Swing States: Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Ohio, Utah, Nevada, New Hampshire, Michigan, Pennsylvania

Popular Vote: 47 (Clinton), 46 (Trump), 5 (Johnson)

Senate Control: Democratic

House Control: Republican

How the Election Was Rigged: One big lie at a time.

Ryan Glasspiegel

Clinton Electoral Votes: 315

Trump Electoral Votes: 223

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