Republican Donald Trump winning the electoral vote and being named the 45th president of the United States of America has stunned the nation. He upset those who voted against him and surprised many who voted in his favor.
According to numerous national news outlets, Trump claimed victory with 276 votes to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 218, with 44 votes still undecided.
In Wisconsin, 48 percent of voters, or 1,407,401 people, felt Trump is the man for the job, and 47 percent, or 1,380,512 people chose Clinton for president.
Once Crawford County’s results came in on election night, they showed that many of the townships and villages in the county supported Trump. The county’s final unofficial results depicted a decision for Trump with 3,844 votes over Clinton, who had 3,426 votes. Here’s the breakdown (Trump - T, Clinton - C):