With so many possible scenarios, Tuesday’s election result can be simplified into four states: Ohio (18), Florida (29) North Carolina (15) and Nevada (6). If Donald Trump wins these key battleground states, all of which he is currently leading, in addition to those he is generally favored in…
West Virginia 5
South Carolina 9
South Dakota 3
North Dakota 3
FL,OH, NC, NV 68
…then he will have 265 electoral votes or 5 short of the 270 needed to become President.
Therefore, if Trump captures any of the following states, many of which he is tied or within the margin or error…New Hampshire (4) Connecticut (7), Maine (4), Colorado (9), Pennsylvania (20), Virginia (13), Michigan (16), or Wisconsin (10)…then his victory would be all but assured. Why?
Even if he ties in the electoral vote, 269-269, it would be decided by a Republican controlled House that decides the winner by a simple plurality of 26 states/votes. The Vice President is decided by the Senate, or a total of 51 votes.
If Trump loses Nevada, you can substitute any of the above states worth an identical or higher amount of electoral votes.
Considering he is currently leading both the independent vote and voter enthusiasm index by 10% or more, his black support is double that of Romney, and Republican turnout is expected to easily surpass that of 2012, Trump’s chances are both credible and flexible.
All that remains is getting to the polls so “We the People” can drain the swamp and make America great again!