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1:09 p.m.

Although no states have been called for either candidate yet, FiveThirtyEight poll forecasts put Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton on track to win the presidential election.

Clinton has a 71.4 percent chance of winning the national election, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecast. In electoral votes, the same forecast gives 302.2 to Clinton and 235 to Republican candidate Donald Trump.

FiveThirtyEight gives Clinton a 77 percent chance of taking the Keystone state’s 20 electoral votes, with the latest polls estimating she has a 3.7 point lead over Trump.

In the Pennsylvania Senate race between Democratic candidate Katie McGinty and Republican candidate Pat Toomey, FiveThirtyEight estimates McGinty is up 1.2 points in the polls, with a 61.7 percent chance of winning the seat.

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