Election Results 2016: Hillary Clinton Projected to Win California; Could Win Popular Vote

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Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally on Nov. 7, 2016 in Pittsburgh. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Barring a late rebound in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton appears unlikely to get 270 electoral college votes to become president.

But, like Al Gore, she may be on track to still earn more votes across the country.

Here’s why.

The states with the most vote still left to count are primarily those on the West Coast, with notoriously slow-counting California chief among them. As of 10:20 p.m. Pacific Time, Trump’s popular-vote lead over Clinton was just over 1.3 million votes.

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