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Republicans have held nine seats, while Democrats have held five.

Every House seat is up for election every two years.

Michigan voted for Republican businessman Donald Trump in Tuesday’s presidential election.

We will be updating live on Goa Panchayat election results.

Details about CNN's projection process • Poll closing times by state and time zone • "Party change" denotes a race where the 2008 projected winner is from a different party than the previous winner or incumbent.

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Electoral College tally (as of November 15): Trump, 290; Clinton, 228 (NBC News) Trump, 290; Clinton, 232 (Fox News) Trump, 290; Clinton, 232 (CNN) Trump, 290; Clinton, 232 (ABC News) Trump, 289; Clinton, 232 (CBS News) Virginia: Clinton (3) Ohio: Trump (18) Missouri: Trump (10) New Mexico: Clinton (3) Montana: Trump (3)Louisiana: Trump (8)Connecticut: Clinton (7)New York: Clinton (29)Arkansas: Trump (6)Kansas: Trump (6)Nebraska: Trump (5; four electoral votes for Trump and one for Clinton)Wyoming: Trump (3)North Dakota: Trump (3)South Dakota: Trump (3)Texas: Trump (38)Tennessee: Trump (11) Massachusetts: Clinton (11)Mississippi: Trump (6)Illinois: Clinton (20)Washington, D.

The highlights of the 2015 General Election so far:• Conservative insiders say party will use majority to move to the right• David Cameron vows to 'govern as party of one nation' as he begins second term as Prime Minister• George Osborne, Theresa May, Philip Hammond and Michael Fallon re-appointed as ministers • Ed Miliband announces resignation as Labour leader• Nigel Farage loses Thanet South and quits as Ukip leader - but leaves the door open to return • Nick Clegg also quits as leader of the Lib Dems after a disastrous election for the party• Conservatives pass 326 seats, securing an outright majority• Ed Balls loses in biggest shock of the night for Labour• Other major casualties include Scottish leader Jim Murphy and shadow Foreign Secretary Douglas Alexander• Vince Cable and Danny Alexander among the major Liberal Democrat casualties• SNP celebrates 'electoral tsunami' and wins 56 out of 59 seats in Scotland• Boris Johnson returns to Parliament as MP for Uxbridge You can follow all the action in the liveblog below.

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