Razor Blade race between Hillary ,and Trump

KDRTV-Many residents in cities across Mainland US and it’s territories woke up early in the morning to cast their votes in what is becoming a razor blade margin race between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump.

A spot check done by KDRTV, in many polling stations revealed that many residents are streaming in to cast their votes in this coveted election.

Mrs. Hilary Clinton voted earlier at a school in Chappaqua, New York, while her supporters were waiting outside.“I’m so happy. I’m just so incredibly happy. All my friends and my neighbors, it makes me so happy.

She told reporters “It is the most humbling feeling  because I know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election, what it means for our country and will do the very best if I am fortunate enough to win today.”

Many political analysts’ are predicting that the gap between the winner and runner-up will be very thin, though a majority of them predict a Hillary win.

For one to win you must win a minimum of 270 electoral votes which are allocated to each state across the Nation.

Hillary has an added advantage because many blue states traditionally vote a Democrat, though swing states like Florida, Penyslavania, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin plays a critical role in determining a winner.

Many immigrants are also streaming at the polling stations and also urging others to follow suit.

In Georgia, Mr. Nyaundi Methuselah didn’t want to waste a chance and voted early using the Absentee voting option.

In Minnesota, Mr. Godfrey Severio woke up early and cast his vote and urged his friends to do the same.

Mr. Jimmy Ogutu, another Minnesota resident, is offering free transportation to and from a polling station for anyone who can’t reach a polling station due to transportation issues.

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