The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Nov. 10 (Post-Election Edition)

The Daily Numbers: 279 electoral votes for Republican Donald Trump.

228 for Democrat Hillary Clinton.

59,733,885 popular vote for Clinton.

59,514,811 popular vote for Trump.

2,912,941 votes for Trump in Pa.

2,844,705 votes for Clinton in Pa.

49-48 win for the Republican

1992, last time a Republican presidential candidate took Pa.

169,423 votes for Clinton in Delaware County.

106,702 votes for Trump in Delco.

2,893,833 votes to power Republican incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey to a 2nd term.

2,793,668 for Democrat Katie McGinty.

156,679 votes for McGinty here in Delco

106,702 for Toomey.

3 statewide row offices that all were won by Democrats.

200 vote win for Democrat Leanne Krueger-Braneky to hold on to the 161st state House seat.

2 more years of Republican rule in 165th, with Alex Charlton headed to Harrisburg to succeed the retiring Bill Adolph.

1,500 vote loss for Republican Sen. Tom Killion here in Delco, but he wins his race with a strong showing in Chester County.

66.6 percent turnout in Delaware County.

1,000 people who staged a protest in Philly to oppose the Trump win Wednesday night in Philly.

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I Don’t Get It: I understand the disappointment in the election results. Not sure I agree with the protests popping up across the nation, including Philly. Today’s Upper: Kudos to Delco Dems and Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky, who appear to have held the 161st state House seat in a very tight race.

Quote Box: “The county is continuing to trend Democratic.”

- Delco Dem leader David Landau