Final election numbers are not in. Millions of absentee ballots and mail-in ballots remain to be counted, and the final results are not expected until mid December. Why is it taking so long? Several States, such as California, New York and Washington have very liberal laws regarding the acceptance of mail-in and absentee ballots: Provided they are postmarked on or before Election Day they will count. California alone has an excess of 4 million votes waiting to be counted.
According to David Wasserman, an editor at Cook Political Report who is tracking turnout: “We probably have about 7 million votes left to count. A majority of them are on the coasts, in New York, California, and Washington.”
The outcome of the electoral count will not change. What will change is Hillary Clinton’s lead in popular votes. The number is expected to grow exponentially. It is estimated that Clinton’s…
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