Crunching some election numbers

My understanding is that there’s still over 100,000 absentee/mail-in ballots that have yet to be counted in states like California, Washington, Alaska, and Utah. It’ll be weeks before we have the full, final election numbers, but here’s where the count¬†stands right now. 129,652,570 votes have been counted. It means that 2016 exceeds 2012’s vote total. It looks like Trump will get Michigan so the final electoral college count is 306-232. The popular vote count in 2016: Clinton – 61,929,605 (47.8%) Trump – 60,938,847 (47%) Others – 6,784,118 (5.2%) The popular…