OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Latest on the Nebraska general election (all times local):
Nebraska voters have backed Republican Donald Trump, but it was unclear whether he will win all of the state’s five electoral college votes.
The victory by Trump on Tuesday continued a 52-year string of Republican presidential victories in Nebraska, where a Democrat hasn’t won the state since 1964.
However, it wasn’t clear whether Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton will win in the Omaha-centered 2nd Congressional District.
Under Nebraska’s unusual system, the state awards three of its Electoral College votes to the winner of individual districts. So if Clinton wins the 2nd district, she would win one vote and Trump would win four. That would repeat an achievement that Democrat Barack Obama managed in 2008.