Donald Trump was met with a symphony of boos today as he went to cast his vote in New York City.



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Trump cast his vote at PS 59, a public school in midtown Manhattan, and was met with a crowd of protestors booing him as he entered the school. Earlier in the day, in fact, protestors were arrested from the voting place. According to Fox News, though, he was met with cheers from supporters.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was met with cheers and applause when she went to vote in Chappaqua, New York. While both candidates call New York their home, the former Senator of New York Clinton has paved a clear lead in the blue state.

An updated Huffington Post presidential forecast gives Clinton the upper hand with a 98 percent chance of winning the election.

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