Hillary Clinton has racked up more popular votes than President-Elect Donald Trump, according to NPR.
As of 10 a.m., the Democratic nominee had 59,299,381 votes nationally and Trump had 59,135,740. That means 163,641 more people cast their ballot for Clinton. Neither candidate got more than half of the votes, though. So far, Clinton has 47.7 percent of the popular vote and Trump has 47.5 percent.
If Clinton maintains that lead, she will become the fifth U.S. presidential candidate to win the popular vote but still lose the election.
Trump won 276 of the electoral votes, while Clinton only had 218. A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win a Presidential election. The most recent example of a candidate winning the popular vote and losing the Presidency was when Al Gore lost to George W. Bush in 2000.