Donald Trump is projected to win the state of West Virginia.
The Appalachian state gave Trump the vote in 2016 and also backed Republicans in the four previous races.Copyright: BBC
Polling stations have just closed in North Carolina (15 electoral votes); Ohio (18 electoral votes); and West Virginia (5 electoral votes).
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