Poll Closing Times Updated for 2016

We've updated our poll closing times page for 2016. This is not meant to be a guide for when any specific polling place is open, but rather to indicate the expected latest closing times for each state. This is important in that it should be the earliest time that the AP and/or broadcast networks will announce the winner of that state's electoral votes.  Other statewide contests, such as Senator and governor, if applicable, should also hold to these timeframes.  We'll be updating an electoral map on Tuesday night. In addition, we'll have Congressional pages, that include a map and a table that will let you track who is going to control the House and Senate in the 115th Congress. Links to follow on these.


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