Here's what's happening now — with projections from NBC News:
- Clinton has reportedly called Trump to concede, and NBC has projected the election will go to Trump.
- New Hampshire, Michigan and Arizona are all too close to call.
- Trump is projected to win key battlegrounds Ohio and North Carolina.
- He was the apparent winner in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, NBC reported.
- The GOP nominee is also the apparent winner in Florida, according to NBC News.
- Trump is also the projected winner in Utah, a state that featured a relatively close three-way race.
- Clinton is the projected winner in Nevada, Maine and Virginia.
- Trump was the projected winner in several states he had been expected to win: Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, West Virginia, South Carolina, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming, Louisiana and Kentucky.
- Clinton is the projected winner in several states she had been expected to win: California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Oregon, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington. She is also projected to win in D.C.
- As expected, the Republicans are projected to maintain control of the House.
- When Trump appeared to be outperforming most analysts' expectations on Tuesday night, Dow futures fell more than 800 points at one point. After he declared victory, Dow futures were down less than 300 points.
- Here's what early exit polls said about this year's electorate.
As for the Senate, NBC projected early Wednesday that the GOP would retain control.