USA Today reports that the tiny U.S. island of Guam has voted (15 hours ahead Eastern Standard Time), and Hillary Clinton has won by a huge margin of 71.63% versus Donald Trump’s 24.16%.
Residents of the island have correctly picked the winner of every White House race since 1984.
While Guam residents are American citizens, they have no actual bearing on the national election since the island has no representation in the Electoral College.
Earlier today, just after midnight, Hillary also won the famously “first in the nation” vote in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. The vote in the tiny hamlet was four votes for Hillary, two votes for Trump, one vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson, and one write in vote for Mitt Romney.