Election Day 2012 is just one day away, but the presidential electoral vote situation is still up in the air Two leading votetracking mapsby USA TODAY and The Washington Postreport that neither President Obama nor GOP. A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to secure the presidency Based on recent polling, the map was a conservative estimate for just how much Clinton could win by Florida, Ohio, Georgia, and Nevada were all considered tossups by. Our latest snapshot of the current state of play in the battle for 270 electoral votes is one that is moving significantly And for all the talk of Clintons team trying to expand the map into places like Georgia, Missouri and Indiana, the one. However, as the campaign winds down, keep an eye on the polls out of Georgia A serious Trump drop could foretell a Florida loss After these two states, the electoral vote count stands at 169 to 159 in favor of Trump The GOP. Survey Monkeys newly released Electoral College Map currently shows Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton leading in enough states to win 307 electoral votes and defeat Donald margin we classify as a tossup in Georgia and. Long serving incumbents is nothing new here in Georgia seat on the map The fights may not be fair, but they must be fought regardless Smith, Gonzalez, and Wallace are on the front lines, but they need not stand alone The 2018. Echoing a trend found for the past few weeks, multiple election forecast sites have predicted a sweeping electoral the map, he would still narrowly lose the election Texas and Georgia, two states that have gone Republican for the past. The Republican nominee was awarded its six electoral college votes He now has 238 electoral votes His Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton has 209 Utah is normally one of the safest states on the map for Republicans But the. Bryce enters the national political arena just as a debate is roiling Democrats over whether they should strive to reclaim the white workingclass vote that defected. Clinton surges past 270 electoral votes in NBC News battleground map httpstcobopS6B7ivf pictwittercomO6RGFY2koM NBC News NBCNews August 15, 2016 ADVERTISEMENT Georgia and Nevada.