While unlikely, a 269-269 electoral college tie is not out of the question in a competitive 2016 presidential election. We've written previously about what happens if there's a tie in the electoral college. The table below starts with the 97 tie combinations that are possible given the battleground map to the right.
Select a state below to choose a winner. As you allocate states to Clinton or Trump, the remaining electoral tie combinations will display. To make things more interesting, you can also adjust one electoral vote each in Maine & Nebraska, reflecting the more competitive 2nd District in both of those states. Numbers in parentheses represent that state's electoral votes.
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