One year ago today, Donald Trump stunned the world with a decisive victory in the U.S. presidential race, winning 306 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton’s 232 while losing the popular count by nearly 3 million votes.
It’s been a busy year since then — from the executive orders and tweetstorms to the investigations and feuds — so no matter which way you voted on Nov. 8, 2016, you could be forgiven for not remembering the exact results. To jog your memory, we’re challenging you to reconstruct the election results by assigning the 50 states and Washington, D.C. to one candidate or the other to see how well you can recall the electoral map. (Nebraska and Maine, which split their electoral votes, should be assigned to the overall state winner.)
Didn’t get them all right? In some cases, Trump won historically Democratic states by the slimmest of margins, so it’s understandable that you may have forgotten a few of the nail-biters — no matter what kind of shape your nails where in on Nov. 9, 2016.
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