Donald Trump has won the state of Pennsylvania, the Associated Press reported, giving him a total at least 275 electoral votes – and the presidency.
Earlier in the night, Trump won the Midwestern states of Wisconsin and Iowa, Fox Newsreported, netting the Republican 16 electoral votes and making Hillary Clinton’s path to the White House extremely narrow – and increasingly unlikely.
Trump’s win in Pennsylvania marks the first time a Republican has won in the Keystone State since 1988. In Wisconsin, Trump broke a 32-year losing streak for the GOP, becoming the first Republican since Ronald Reagan to carry the state.
With the GOP poised to maintain its hold on the Senate and House of Representatives, the Republican Party will likely enter 2017 holding both the White House and both chambers of Congress.
Trump currently holds a lead in Maine’s 2nd congressional district – worth a single electoral vote – that would put Trump up to 270, giving him an outright win. He also maintains a slender lead in Michigan.
Nevertheless, Clinton is projected to win the popular vote. While Trump currently leads 48.5% to 47.0% nationally, as results from the West Coast come in, that margin is expected to flip.