11:47 p.m.

The New York Times is projecting that Trump has won Florida.

11:42 p.m.

Georgia is going to go in favor of Trump, says NPR.

11:32 p.m.

New York Times says that Clinton has grabbed Virginia, with Clinton ahead in Electoral votes by one.

11:31 p.m.

Florida has voted to approve marijuana for medical purposes, says NBC.

11:29 p.m.

FiveThirtyEight: Trump has an 84 percent chance of winning the election.

11:28 p.m.

Even with Trump’s lead, Clinton is still projected to win, says NBC.

11:17 p.m.

According to a NBC graphic, North Carolina has 93 percent of the vote and Trump is leading in North Carolina with 5.1 percent, projecting that he will take it.

11:11 p.m.

According to CBS, leading with 53.7 percent of the vote, Clinton is expected to take Oregon.

11:08 p.m.

According to NPR figures, Trump is leading with a slim margin of 201 electoral votes, with Clinton close behind with 190 votes.

11.00 p.m.

According to CBS News, Trump is ahead 16 percent in Georgia, giving him a great chance to take the state.

10:58 p.m.

According to CBS News, with Clinton ahead in the double digits, she is in a good position to take Minnesota.

10:54 p.m.

New York Times says that Trump has won Ohio, a surprising shift for a state that has voted for Obama twice.

10:50 p.m.

Update: Authorities say they don’t believe that the shooting in Azusa, California is election related, stating that “It could be domestic violence, but nothing jumps out right now.”

10:47 p.m.

NBC news has called Ohio in Trump’s favor.

10:44 p.m.

With a very close race, New York Times experts are not expecting a decision tonight.

10:36 p.m.

Fox News projects that Clinton will win Colorado, dealing a small blow to Trump’s campaign.

10:32 p.m.

Ohio projected to go to Trump with his double digit lead.

10:25 p.m.

Currently, Trump leads with 168 electoral vote compared to Clinton’s 109 votes, says NBC News.

10:20 p.m.

Even with Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia’s polls closed hours ago, they are still too close to call.

10:14 p.m.

NPR projects that Trump will grab Montana.

10:09 p.m.

NBC projects that Clinton will win New Mexico.

9:57 p.m.

The next four states that will close their polls are Iowa, Nevada, Montana and Utah at 10 p.m.

9:51 p.m.

Even with Trump’s current lead, the Washington Post projects that Clinton will get ahead when accounting for safe states.

9:35 p.m.

With 34 percent of the vote in for New Mexico, Clinton is leading with 54 percent compared to Trump’s 36 percent in votes, though NBC says that it is still too early to call.

9:29 p.m.

With half of the nation’s polls closed, Trump carries a lead of 33 electoral votes over Clinton, with a total of 137 and 104 votes respectively, says NBC.

9:22 p.m.

CNN is reporting on its live stream that New Hampshire is in a dead tie with both Trump and Clinton having an even 46 percent votes currently.

9:20 p.m.

CNN is reporting that Trump is leading with 128 electoral votes, leaving Clinton behind who has 97 votes.

9:14 p.m.

According to NBC, Donald Trump is to take North Dakota.

9:06 p.m.

Democratic incumbent Chuck Schumer will keep his New York Senate seat.

9:05 p.m.

Trump will “easily win Arkansas,” according to Fox news projections.

9:01 p.m.

NY1 has projected that Dem Chuck Schumer will win his fourth term  as senator for New York.

8:54 p.m.

14 states will close their polls at 9 p.m.

8:38 p.m.

Democrats hope to take Senate majority took a blow with Republican candidate winning Indiana from Democratic candidate Evan Bayh, says Washington Post.

8:35 p.m.

Clinton has won Rhode Island, says CBS News.

8:31 p.m.

Trump has won South Carolina, says CNN.

8:28 p.m.

President Obama reassures tense citizens that, “No matter what happens, the sun will rise in the morning” through a video at Buzzfeed News.

8:22 p.m.

Clinton currently has 68 electoral votes with Trump catching up with 57, says CBS News.

8:15 p.m.

Man arrested in Texas for voting twice, claimed that he was working for Trump and was “testing the system,” says the Washington Post.

8:11 p.m.

Clinton is currently ahead with 44 electoral votes with Trump trailing with 31, according to NPR.

8:09 p.m.

Trump has taken Oklahoma, Missouri, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi, says Fox News

8:04 p.m.

Hillary has won Delaware, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Washington, and New Jersey, says NPR.

7:55 p.m.
Fox early exit polls project that Trump will win South Carolina.

7:43 p.m.
Republican Senate incumbent Rob Portman managed to hold onto his seat for another term, says Wall Street Journal

7:40 p.m.
North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and Virginia are still too close to call, says Wall Street Journal.

7:32 p.m.
Trump has won West Virginia, according to Fox News

7:26 p.m.
Polls will close at 7:30 p.m. in Ohio, West Virginia and most of North Carolina, says CNN

7:20 p.m.
Board of Elections in North Carolina will extend voting time in Durham County by as much as an hour, says CNN.

7:17 p.m.
Update: One victim has died in a shooting at a polling station in Azusa, California, says the Washington Post

7:08 p.m.
Phoenix, Arizona votes are coming in despite long lines and system glitches there, according to the Washington Post

7:02 p.m.
CNN early exit polls are projecting Trump won Kentucky and Indiana, while Clinton took Vermont.

6:32 p.m.
Michigan will be a close call, while Detroit voting turnout is “way down,” says sources quoted by Fox News.

6:25 p.m.
Two polling locations are in lockdown as at least four people are wounded in a shooting in Azusa, California, according to CNN

6:08 p.m.
“There was a lot of confusion- there were a lot of people angry,”  Brooklyn News Service reporter Nathaniel Butler says of polling locations in Brownsville. “Voters who made mistakes had to get their votes voided in order to recast.”

5:57 p.m.
Colorado has reported issues with its voting system, but quickly brought them back online, according to CNN.

5:52 p.m.
“I don’t know that North Carolina will be called tonight. It might be that close,”  Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook tells MSNBC.

5:46 p.m.
Harlem voters are walking out of polling locations with having to deal with long wait times and broken machines, says New York One.

5:44 p.m .
Our Brooklyn New Service reporter Lisa Flaugh is reporting over an hour and a half wait at polls in Upper Manhattan.