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Map: How California Voted

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On Tuesday, 3,878,340 Californian's went to the polls. More than 42% voted for Barack Obama and 52% supported Hillary Clinton, who carried the state on the back of Los Angeles County and much of the California interior, including the heavily Latino communities of San Joaquin and Fresno Counties.

How did the rest of the state vote? Our exclusive map, broken down by how each candidate fared in each of California's 58 counties. Click on the signs to view each county's breakdown:

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