The 2016 Presidential Election between Republican Donald Trump, Democrat Hillary Clinton, and a host of Third Party candidates is now just two weeks away. A collective sigh of relief can be heard across the nation.

There’s been 57 Presidential Elections in America. A candidate needs 270 to win.

Here are the Electoral College Results for the past 100 years:

2012: 332-206 Obama over Romney
2008: 365-173 Obama over McCain
2004: 286-251 Bush over Kerry
2000: 271-266 Bush over Gore
1996: 379-159 Clinton over Dole
1992: 370-168 Clinton over Bush
1988: 426-111 Bush over Dukakis
1984: 525-13 Reagan over Mondale
1980: 489-49 Reagan over Carter
1976: 297-240 Carter over Ford
1972: 520-17 Nixon over McGovern
1968: 301-191-46 Nixon over Humphrey and Wallace
1964: 486-52 Johnson over Goldwater
1960: 303-219-15 Kennedy over Nixon and Byrd
1956: 457-73 Eisenhower over Stevenson
1952: 442-89 Eisenhower over Stevenson
1948: 303-189-39 Truman over Dewey and Thurmond
1944: 432-99 Roosevelt over Dewey
1940: 449-82 Roosevelt over Willkie
1936: 523-8 Roosevelt over Landon
1932: 472-59 Roosevelt over Hoover
1928: 444-87 Hoover over Smith
1924: 382-136-13 Coolidge over Davis and LaFollette
1920: 404-127 Harding over Cox
1916: 277-254 Wilson over Hughes

Mississippi went for the Democrat from 1916-1944 and then in 1952, 1956 and 1976.

The Magnolia State broke ranks and supported Third Party candidates or other in 1948 (Thurmond), 1960 (Byrd), and 1968 (Wallace).

Mississippi went for the Republican in 1964, 1972, 1980-2012, and is projected to do so again in 2016.

At the end of the day, it is the Electoral College that matters on November 8th.

According to 270ToWin‘s Electoral College projection compilation, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton is on track for a victory, much to the dismay of likely Mississippi’s voters.