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2:01:47- 56ladies and gentleman the next president of the united states, donald trump! thank you it's been an honor. god bless, thank god. god. a man who grew up in wisconsin...republican national chairman-- reince priebus-- speaking briefly during donald trump's victory speech. good morning everyone. it's wednesday, november 9-th. 9-th.america has voted.donald trump is no longer the republican nominee... he is ou trump will be the ?45-th? president of the united states. the republican nominee won ?early this morning.?according to the associated press--- it was ?wisconsin's? 10 electoral votes... that put him over the 270 threshold. threshold.take a look at the results. trump got 48 percent of the country's vote.hillary clinton got 47 percent.trump upset clinton--- who was hoping to become the ?first woman? to serve in the oval office. 3 if you take a look at the big electoral map here..this is
took several major battleground states like florida, ohio, pennsylvania, north carolina, michigan and of course wisconsin. all key states where both candidates spent quite a bit of time... with the exception of clinton in wisconsin. she hadn't been here since the primaries. one interesting note to point out-- both wisconsin and ohio have voted ?with? the winning candidate in many recent elections.wisconsin voted 7 of the last 10 correctly. including fo only voted with the losing candidate ?once? since 19-44.... and that's when they picked nixon over kennedy in 1960. now clinton did win a few major states.. like new york and california... neither of which came as a surprise. but as we know... it wasn't enough to put her over the edge. 3 final electoral numbers are here...trump with 289 to clinton's 218. again trump beat that 270 threshold when
3 the big race here in wisconsin was for u-s senate..russ feingold lost to senator ron johnson back in 20-10.. and was trying to re-take his seat.. but that bid fails.. johnson is re-elected.. take a look at the numbers numbers 3 and speaker of the house and representative paul ryan easily won his seat over challenger ryan solen. solen. 3 we have a ?lot? more election but we also want to make sure you're prepared for the day ahead "weather wise."let's quickly get a check of your wednesday forecast. forecast.(((30 second tz))) tz)))today...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. west winds 5 to 10 mph..tonight...clear. lows around 40. west winds 5 to 10 mph..thursday...sunny. highs in the lower 60s. southwest winds 10 to20 mph..thursday night...clear. lows in the lower 40s. northwest winds10 to 15 mph..veterans day...cooler. mostly sunny. highs in the upper 40s.north winds 10 to 20 mph..friday night...mostly clear. lows in
the upper 40s..saturday night...clear. lows in the mid 30s..sunday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s..sunday night...partly cloudy. lows in the lower 40s..monday...mostly sunny. highs in the upper 50s. 3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.there will be a fu of i-94 eb from moorland rd. through the zoo interchange for a traffic switch.i-894 nb will be closed from national ave. through the zoo for a traffic switch and pavement marking.drivers take note 3 3 donald trump says hillary clinton called early this morning to congratulate him on winning the election. election.cbs 58's kyle aevermann is live this morning giving us a closer look at trump's victory speech. kyle? it certainly felt like a
before. he actually spoke highly of hilary clinton and said that she has worked very long and hard over a long period of time, and the country owes her a major debt of gratitude for her service to the country. trump said it's been a long two years..... and said quote: this political stuff is nasty, and it's tough. end quotehe also spoke to the american people about how this is the time to unite. for for those who have chosen not to support me in the past, people, i'm reaching out to you, for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. clinton has not said anything publicly yet.....coming up in our next half hour, what trump said about.... 3
morning about wisconsin's role in the outcome of the election. wisconsin helped take trump to victory -- the first time in three decades the state has supported a republican for president. cbs 58's julie parise is in waukesha this morning.she has more on what voters are saying today. julie? there is that element of surprise this morningeven the people who voted for trump say they can't believe he pulled off the win. the last time wisconsin elected a republican president -- it was 1984 and ronald reagan was the president elect. at a watch party here in waukesha last night, excited trump voters watched the results come in.his supporters told us this is a win for everyone who felt the last eight years of the obama presidency were filled with broken promises. one trump supporter told us she made
yesterday urging people to vote for the candidate. another told us that trump is a big win for wisconsin -- and our state's industry. 15:20:09 theres a lot of people that rely on wisconsin for manufacturing theres a lot of jobs theres a lot industry that we need in order ot succeed as a state. coming up in the next half hour -- more from trump supporters on what this means for our state.live in waukesha jp cbs 58 milwaukee county sheriff "david clarke"... traveled around the country... campaigning for trump.check out the tweet he sent out overnight.sheriff clarke says... "i have had ?many achievements in life?--- but ?none? more satisfying than helping donald trump become the 45-th president of the united states." 3 here in wisconsin...it was projected the race between senator ron johnson and russ feingold was going to be a close oneand that turned out
barbaresi was at the johnson watch party in oshkosh last night. she breaks down the race this morning. 3 senator ron johnson trailed in virtually every poll leading up to election day- but his supporters turned out on tuesday tuesdayeven before the results were in-johnson spent tuesday night with his supporters. 20;35;20 thank you, thank you and in his victory speech to johnson said he heads back to the senate-ready to seize the opportunity to serve another six years.he says he will work the affordable care actand johnson, who serves as chairman of the homeland security committee, laid out his other top priorities next s. session.20;49;38 we established four priorities: border security, cyber security- these threats are growing, they're eral. protecting our critical infrastructure and then conquering islamic terrorism in our homeland johnson acknowledged it was a divisive election cycle and says now it's time to focus on areas of . agreement. senator johnson
campaign and reiterated after his win that this will be his last term in senate. reporting in oshkosh kristen barbaresi cbs 58 news. 3 coming up in the next half hour we talk one on one with the newly re-elected senator. 3 former senator russ feingold held the seat for three terms before losing to senator johnson back in 20-10.cbs 58's mike strehlow was at a watch party in middleton last night for feingold...he joins us now with more. 3 3 russ feingold had hoped to become the first it didn't happen, instead it was deja vue in the same place he gave a concession speech back in 2010. 2010.22:32:44-33:05 i really wanted to get this done.. but obviously something is happening in this country tonight i don't understand it, i don't think anyone does. but we as americans have to do the
people to come together.. :20-39 feingold wrapped up his 3 minute concession speech by saying that our country is heading into one of the most challenging times but supporters who were here tonight it's now up to them.at the feingold watch party in middleton, mike strehlow for the cbs 58 morning news many are calling ron johnson's victory in wisconsin.. ?surprising.? 3 in the state.feingold was leading in the most recent marquette law school poll... which separated the two by just ?one? point. in the previous poll, feingold was winning by 2 percent.... in september- by five. and in august by ?eleven.? the results last night.. of course.. were much different. johnson took over 51-percent of the vote... compared to feingold's 45-and-a-half. leading some to wonder... how trustworthy are polls before election day? i spoke to assistant professor of political science at marquette... paul nolette... about the issue here in the
kate: 23:03:42 "what does this mean for polls going forward? what does that say about how much we should trust them before election day?"nolette: 23:03:47 "well, i think it is going to involve a lot of rethinking of a lot of polls and how they model polls, both here in wisconsin and in other stations nationwide as well. we really haven't seen polling misses like this, at this large of a scale really in recent memory." 3 republicans have retained control of the wisconsin senate. republican testin" beat out incumbant democrat "julie lassa" of stevens point..while senate minority leader "jennifer shilling" is still fighting to stay in office in la crosse -- the results are too close to call at this point. three republican incumbents won their seats... and a republican won an open seat representing the fond du lac area to secure a republican majority in the chamber for another two years. 3 news that donald trump is the president-elect... caused ?stock markets around the world? to ?tumble? overnight. ?u-s? stocks are also expected to open lower--- though ?far less? than earlier predictions..
?one-point-six percent? lower.... while the broader "s&p 500" futures are down two percent. ?good? news -- gold jumped nearly five percent... to almost 42-dollars a gram. demand is strong worldwide for precious metals... a traditional safe haven for investors. 3 still ahead...we show you how one new york landmark brought in the presidential election. 3 plus...marijuana gets the green light in some parts of
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3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb from moorland rd. through the zoo interchange for a traffic switch.i-894 nb will be closed from national ave. through the zoo for a traffic switch and pavement marking.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward
16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure.good news if you travel between the hale and zoo interchanges for the morning commute. the hwy 100 on ramp to i-43 at the hale interchange is now open. also open is the national ave. on ramp to i-894 northbound. finally the zipper merge between 3 in national news--- two people are ?dead? and two others hurt... aftegu fire near two polling places?--- including an elementary school.a swat team in ah-zoo-sa... ?stopped him? last night. night.aerial footage shows the swat team using a ?robot?--- then rushing a house... where they believed the suspect was. moments later--- the swat team ?came out of the house?... with a person on a gurney. investigators say... the suspect was hit by gunfire during an exchange with police. he died.none of the officers were hurt.officials say... the shooting was ?not? connected to the election. 3 election officials in
figure out what caused a ?statewide voting glitch.?the breakdown forced voters across the state... to wait about ?30 minutes? yesterday.ballots couldn't be fully processed during that time.people were urged to ?stay in line?... while officials got the system back up and running.when systems ?returned?--- many voters in line ?cheered.? colorado's secretary of state says... a petition to extend voting hours ?because of the breakdown? was denied. 3 three more states have approved recreational marijuana ... while three others approved pot for medicinal use. use. massachusetts voters legalized recreational marijuana...massachusetts is the first state east of the mississippi to do so.the measure failed in arizona...and votes are still being counted in maine. california's vote now makes pot legal up and down the west coast. ( lt. gov. gavin newsom / (d) california ) "we can safely say, because the associated press safely said, that proposition 64 has passed in california. we have taxed...
will move forward a tax and regulate marijuana for adult us" use." voters okayed ?medical marijuana in florida, north dakota and arkansas. 3 in burlington... voters passed a referendum to build a community pool facility at devor park.the project will be paid for using ?tax dollars.? the project passed with 70-percent of the vote. 3 and in elkhorn...voters said yes to a new outdoor athletic facility. and to a new agricultural greenhouse at the high school. they'll also auditorium... in addition to some other improvement projects in the district. that passed with 61-percent of the vote. 3 we told you about oconomowoc's referendum last week.voters there.. approved a 54-point-9 million dollar project... that will renovate an old health clinic into an east campus of the high school. and also to build a new "meadow view elementary school." that passed with 55-percent of the vote. 3 meanwhile... voters in the germantown school district approved an 84-million dollar facilities project.... with 52-
around 40. west winds 5 to 10 mph..thursday...sunny. highs in the lower 60s. southwest winds 10 to20 mph..thursday night...clear. lows in the lower 40s. northwest winds10 to 15 mph..veterans day...cooler. mostly sunny. highs in the upper 40s.north winds 10 to 20 mph. night...mostly clear. lows in the lower 30s. .saturday...sunny. highs in the upper 40s..saturday night...clear. lows in the mid 30s..sunday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s..sunday night...partly cloudy. lows in the lower 40s..monday...mostly
3 3 roads are in great shape this morningweather should not impact the morning drive.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb from moorland rd. through the zoo interchange for a traffic switch.i-894 nb will be closed from national ave. through the zoo for a traffic switch and pavement marking.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december
locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this closure. profiting from ?politics.? ?politics.? that's exactly what some businesses in north texas are trying to do -- as this presidential election season comes to an end. end."it's the most eaten food in america and it's the biggest night in america." 22:09-22:13 sammy mandell?greenville ave. pizza, r owner greenville avenue pizza owner night is always big for deliveries.... so he says.. why not bake up a little fun? for 10 bucks last night... you could cast your order for the presidential pizza that aligns with your political palette. the dough and sauce are cooked. then... using a stencil... parmesan cheese is dumped on top and the face of your liking is revealed.
at a bar in northern texas--- bartenders ?stirred and shook up? election night drinks.the ivy tavern had... a drink called "i'm with her"... and another one called "make america great again." it also had the "i'm moving to canada - third party punch"... and something called "is 20-20 here yet?" anchor reaction... 3 the cbs 58 morning news continues next at 5:30. we have results from local and
united people" people" donald trump has been elected the 45th president of the united states of america. according to the associated press ...the deciding factor ...was the state of wisconsin. 3 it was a ?long? night--- millions of americans ?eagerly awaiting? the results of the presidential election.it was just before 2 a-m... donald trump took the stage for his ?celebratory speech? at his headquarters in new york city.... beng presidential-elect. here's how the numbers break down.this is the popular vote... 3 3 donald trump spoke about hillary clinton during his victory speech this morning. he said... the country owes her a ?major debt of gratitude? for her svice. service.cbs 58's kyle aevermann joins us live with a closer look at what else trump talked about during his speech last night. kyle?
a campaign, but rather a movement.trump pledged to be the president for all americans.and says there is great potential in this country.he talked about fixing inner cities and rebuilding the countries insfratrcture.he also had this to say about the relationship the us will have with the rest of the world. we're going to dream of things for our country and beautiful things and successful things 3 once again. i want to tell the world community that while we'll always put america's interest first, we'll deal fairly with everyone, with everyone. all people and all other nations.while hillary clinton called donald trump, she has not said anything publically yet. 3 3 3 3
?electoral? votes. it takes 270 to win the presidency. there you see... trump has 276 electoral votes.that's with 92 percent of precints reporting. clinton has 218. 3 voters here in the us weren't the only ones waiting for the final tally. the race captivated people across the globe who waited anxiously for the results.rylee carlson was at one of the biggest election parties in london. trump winng in the uk - they're calling trump's victory a 'brexit- style shock" another surprise result following britain's dramatic vote in june to leave the european union. (sot - christine sweeney/us voter)i sort of saw it as a warning you know that something like this could happen. sound up printing late editions of uk newspapers flew off the presses with news of trump's surge (rylee carlson/cbs
around the world and american voters here in london say this is a finale they just couldn't miss. soundup - (man dressed as trump)"it's bigly, big news, this is bigly." but for many clinton supporters at this party in london - early excitement nat sot - guy chring... lessened as the night wore on nats....bells markets around the globe plummeted as trump won state after state. nats...in russia, president trump souvenirs are already being sold. rylee carlson, cbs news, london. 3 russian president vladimir putin has sent donald trump a telegram of congratulation on winning the u.s. presidential election. in a brief statement wednesday, the kremlin said putin expressed "his hope to work together for removing russian-american relations from their crisis state." putin also said he has "confidence that building a constructive dialogue between moscow and washington that is based on principles of equality, mutual respect and a real accounting each other's positions, in the interests of our peoples and the world
3 wisconsin is drawing a lot of attention this morning for its role in the presidential election. the a-p says it was a deciding factor in trump's win. cbs 58's julie parise is live in waukesha this morning with reaction. julie? there is some surprise here in wisconsin this morning.it's been 34 years since the badger state elected a republican president.the last time this happened it was 1984 -- and ronald reagan was the president elect. at a watch party here in waukesha last night, excited trump voters watched the told us this is a win for everyone who felt the last eight years of the obama presidency were filled with broken promises. one trump supporter told us she made close to 400 phone calls yesterday urging people to vote for the candidate. she says -- this is a win for people who want change. 3
we knew wisconsin was a battleground state going into the election.but until early this morning... we didn't know just how crucial it would be. but according to the associated press.... the badger was was ?the? deciding factor in donald trump's win. win.wisconsin's 10 electorial votes... put trump ?over the number? needed to win.check it out.this is a breakdown of how ?counties? in our state voted. voted. you'll notice trump captured ?most? of the counties in wisconsin.in our area--- that includes the conservative "wow" counties---
washington.clinton won 13 counties in the state--- but ?only? milwaukee county in our area. 3 let's take a closer look now at how wisconsin voted.men overwhelmingly voted for trump. 54 to 43-percent.compared to 57-percent of women who voted for clinton. we can break that down further... white men... made up 42-percent of the vote.... and picked trump 51-percent compared to 31 for clinton. white women... who made up 44-percent of the overall to 44 percent between the candi. candidates.african american votes.. however.. went almost entirely to clinton.according to exit polling.... ?zero percent? of black women voted for trump. only 1-percent of black men voted for trump. moving on to ?local? races. imcumbent "paul ryan" easily won the congressional race in the first district. district.here's a look at the numbers.paul ryan won with 65 percent.ryan solen got more support than some expected.he took home 30 percent of the
paul ryan's win in the 1st congressional district was not a surprise to voters.however his relationship with donald trump moving forward will be interesting to follow.i spoke with assistant professor of political science at maruqette-- paul nolette... about his thoughts moving forward. 23:04:59 "it's going to be potentially really contentious fight between the two. paul ryan and donald trump, in some ways, have very different visions about where they want to bring the republican party. perhaps as the most 2 prominent fiur republican party, it could be difficult to have that relationship continue on good t" terms." congressman paul ryan congratulated trump on his win. he released this statement. "i want to congratulate donald trump on his incredible victory. it marks a repudiation of the status quo of failed liberal progressive policies. we are eager to work hand-in-hand with the new administration to advance an agenda to improve the lives of the american people. this has been a great night for our
our focus to bringing the country together." 3 paul ryan's ?challenger?--- ryan solen--- had a ?steep? uphill battle in trying to unseat the first district congressman and "speaker of the house."cbs 58's ?eric levy? reports from his watch party. 3 3:38-4:00 good morning, ryan solen said he ran the race he wanted to run. he gave his concession speech around 9:30 last night.. obviously this was not the way he wanted it to end. he did though thank supporters for their motation and all of their support, campaigning for him. and this is his message for paul ryan ryan00-22 i did try to make a call to him to thank him for running a clean race, but we were turned away from that and told he was unavailable. i'm not sure why that is, ususally they take the call from the other person and in this case he did not. so i will say right now, paul thank you for running this clean race i do appreciate that this did not turn into a mudslinging fest.
spend time with his family. in racine, cbs 58 news. senator ron johnson wins re- election.he was up against russ feingold. feingold. we'll hear from senator johnson coming up ...in a one on one interview. 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) today...sunny. highs in the mid 50s. west winds 5 to 10 mph..tonight...clear. lows
mph..thursday...sunny. highs in the lower 60s. southwest winds 10 to20 mph..thursday night...clear. lows in the lower 40s. northwest winds10 to 15 mph..veterans day...cooler. mostly sunny. highs in the upper 40s.north winds 10 to 20 mph..friday the lower 30s. .saturday...sunny. highs in the upper 40s..saturday night...clear. lows in the mid 30s..sunday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s..sunday night...partly cloudy. lows in the lower 40s..monday...mostly
morningweather should not impact the morning drive.there will be a full freeway closure of i-94 eb from moorland rd. through the zoo interchange for a traffic switch.i-894 nb will be closed from national ave. through the zoo for a traffic switch and pavement marking.drivers take note that the water st. bridge leading into the historic third ward is now closed until december 16th 2016. the bridge will undergo some upgrades to its locking system. drivers should use alternates to get around this travel between the hale and zoo interchanges for the morning commute. the hwy 3 it was a big night for
control of congress. which means the now president elect donald trump could be getting a lot of help from congress. mark albert is on capitol hill with more details. (nats)(22;32:45:15)"wow, woo! thank you." republicans couldn't contain their joy as they won hotly contested senate races in state after state. (sot: todd young/(r) senator-elect)(21:44:02) "tonight reminder that our charge in united states senate is to serve people like you. starting tonightyou've sent in a marine to solve problems." the electorate seemed to send a clear message ha sick of washington and wanted change. (sot: sen. marco rubio/(r) florida)(tue0527) "every institution has failed us: the media, the government, big business, wall street, and academia. people are frustrated and angry." (standup: mark albert/cbs news/capitol hill)republicans also retained control of the house. but their promise to shake up dc's establishment could mean a shake up in their own house. (sot: rep. paul ryan/(r-wi) speaker of the house)(21:56:26)"you know, working for you has been one of the greatest honors of my life." house speaker paul ryan has been at odds with donald trump throughout the campaign and some house members say
member to challenge ryan for the speakers seat. but it wasn't a clean sweep for the gop. representative john mica lost his orlando, florida seat after serving 12 terms in congress. (nats)(tue0569) democrat stephanie murphy thanked supporters said she'd work to end deadlock and dysfunction in congress. mark albert for cbs news, capitol hill. senate minority reid's nevada seat will stay in democratic hands. catherine cortez masto was able to win her matchup against congressman joe heck. coming up--- a one-on-one interview with ?senator ron johnson? ... who will ?keep? his seat. 3 plus - why people are upset over a candy bar.details on the controversy next! 3 let's go ahead and take a live look outside now. this is downtown milwaukee... on wednesday morning... the day after election day.stay with us.... you're watching the
c-b-s 58 news time is 5:... on this................. morning. welcome back to the c-b-s 58 morning news. 3 in one of the most closely watched races around the country... senator ?ron johnson? comes out on top. top.he was re-elected.running against russ feingold ...who lost senator johnson back in 2010.cbs 58's kristen barbaresi spoke with senator johnson in a one on one interview after he won. i am joined now by senator ron johnson who just won his second term, senator what does day one look like when you head back to the senate.well,
lindsey branwall is following developments from milwaukee's north side. 3 i spoke with the family, who thanks god they will have closure in the death of little rickiya langham. langham.the accident happened sunday morning, as the 5 year old and her mother were crossing the street to go to church.milwaukee police say they have arrested one suspect connected to the hit and run, and know who the and they're currently seeking this person. the porche cayenne involved in the accident was recovered by poce has been calling for anyone responsible to be turned in inthe family will be gathering at 6p.m. tonight at 65th and hampton. they're asking the community to help remember the life of rickeyia reporting in milwaukee lindsey branwall cbs 58 news 3 in this morning's money watch
once-hopeful blood-testing start-up company theranos. walgreens is suing the company for 140-million-dollars -- to try to recover its investments. walgreens closed all 40 theranos wellness centers in its arizona stores in june.theranos once promised cheaper, more efficient alternatives to traditional blood tests.but a scathing 20-15 "wall street journal" report called the company's testing methods into question.since then.. theranos has been banned from owning or operating a lab for two years. last month.. one of theranos' biggest investors... filed a the company. 3 c-v-s shares ?plunged? in trade yesterday... after the drugstore chain ?lowered its profit forecast? for 20-16.... and warned of ?losing tens of millions of prescriptions? next year.the company also reported... a ?sharp rise? in third quarter profits and revenue--- but investors are apparently focused on the ?poor outlook.?c-v-s says... it could lose 40 (m) million prescriptions next year... as a result of ?new restricted networks.?the u-s defense department's ?health care program? tri-care ... is also
wildfires are raging in north carolina right now... and ?this? is the view from space. a sensor flying aboard a nasa and noaa spacecraft... captured this image.it shows ?huge plumes of smoke? over north carolina.wildfires are reportedly burning at ?sal mountains in the western part of the state.?drought? is getting the blame.burn bans have been established ?throughout? the region. 3 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???))
mid 50s. west winds 5 to 10 mph..tonight...clear. lows around 40. west winds 5 to 10 mph..thursday...sunny. highs in the lower 60s. southwest winds 10 to20 mph..thursday night...clear. lows in the lower 40s. northwest winds10 to 15 mph..veterans day...cooler. tl highs in the upper 40s.north winds 10 to 20 mph..friday night...mostly clear. lows in the lower 30s. .saturday...sunny. highs in the upper 40s..saturday night...clear. lows in the mid 30s..sunday...sunny. highs in the mid 50s..sunday night...partly cloudy. lows in
the extra space means less chocolate.chocolate bars that used to weigh 170-grams now weigh 150-grams.and a full forty grams have been carved out of mega-bars that used to weigh 400 grams. mondelez international produces candy. they blamed rising ingredient prices for the changethis way the price remains the same... but customers are getting roughly ten-percent less chocolate. 3 3 3 3 stay close...your top stories are coming up at the top of the hour.
2:01:47- 56ladies and gentleman the next president of the united states, thank you honor. god bless, thank god. god. a man who grew up in wisconsin--- republican national chairman-- reince priebus-- speaking briefly during donald trump's victory 3 good morning.it's wednesday, 9-th.donald trump is now our president-elect... and will be the 45-th president of the united states. the republican nominee won ?early this morning.?according to the associated press--- it was ?wisconsin's? 10 electoral votes... that put him over the2. threshold.take a look at the results. trump got 48 percent of the country's vote.hillary