Election results from Idaho, Wyoming, and Nevada

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – As your Local Election Headquarters, Good 4 Utah is monitoring the latest data as votes from Utah’s neighboring states continue being counted, Wednesday. 
Here is the ballot breakdown for the Presidential race, according to CNN, as of early Wednesday morning:
Wyoming:  Donald Trump (R) – 174,248 votes, or 70%
                    Hillary Clinton (D) – 55,949 votes, or 22%
                    Gary Johnson (L) – 13,285 votes, or 5%
Idaho:  Donald Trump (R) – 364,888 votes, or 59%
             Hillary Clinton (D) – 174,281 votes, or 28%
             Evan McMullin (I) – 43,578 votes, or 7%
Nevada:  Hillary Clinton (D) – 537,753 votes, or 49%
                  Donald Trump (R) – 511,319 votes, or 47%
                  Gary Johnson (L) – 37,299 votes, or 3%
Nevadan voters also legalized the use of recreational marijuana in the Silver State, along with California and Massachusetts.  
In Arizona, marijuana will remain prescription only.
We also now know who will be filling longtime Nevada Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid’s seat as he retires.  Reid is likely breathing a sigh of relief, Wednesday, knowing Democratic Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto prevailed in Nevada. 
You can track the latest data on races across the U.S. here as they are updated throughout the day.

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