Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton received an overwhelming majority of the vote in Guam, a U.S. territory in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Clinton received 71.63% of the vote, compared with 24.16% for her Republican rival, Donald Trump, according to Pacific Daily News. Guam may be tiny -- it has a population of about 170,000 residents, according to the World Bank -- but it has sided with the victor in every U.S. presidential election since 1980. Because it lies west of the international date line, Guam's results are typically among the earliest to be tallied. Early projections showed Clinton ahead in several key swing states, including Florida and Ohio.
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