We'll take you inside polling places to talk live to voters and our reporters will answer the questions you submit. We'll have dispatches from the field on Twitter as well as Instagram (with "Insta" stories) and Snapchat (look for our reporter takeovers).We'll take you behind-the-scenes for exclusive access to NBC News Election Headquarters at Rockefeller Center.Greg Gianforte, a Republican technology executive who was charged with assault on Wednesday night, defeated Rob Quist, the Democratic candidate, in Thursday's special election for Montana's at-large Congressional seat.Voters cast ballots in a general election pitting Democratic Lt. Ralph Northam against Ed Gillespie, former chairman of the Republican National Committee.Our front page for Wednesday: HOUSE OF HORRORS: Trump seizes Divided States of America https://t.co/KKe Pm7u Bh V #Election Night pic.twitter.com/Hcu Yeizg3j — New York Daily News (@NYDaily News) November 9, 2016 AM — John Hayward: “Reporting out of Michigan seemed to freeze up after midnight Eastern time, but the last update had 94.4% reporting, and Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton by a little over a percentage point. AM — “America will no longer settle for anything less than the best.” AM — Trump reaffirms that his campaign was just part of a “movement” of ordinary Americans who want better lives.
He cast immigration, both from Latin America and the Middle East, as the root of the problems plaguing many Americans and taped into fears of terrorism emanating at home and abroad.
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