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US election 2016: Ok, we know we're not American, but who would you vote for if you could - Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

Undoubtedly the most talked about people in the world at the moment - Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but who would you choose to be the next US President?

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been embroiled in a bitter and personal campaign(Image: Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

While American citizens are busy casting their votes on who they would like to be their next President , all we can do is speculate.

On the morning of November 9, we will all be waking up to the news on who has become the next President of the USA.

Both potential leaders have been at the centre of controversy during campaigns that have split America.

But with so many Brits taking an interest in the leadership race, we thought we would give you a chance to have your say on who you think should take up residency in the White House.

If you are looking for influence on who to vote for, click here to see how your MP would vote.

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Democrat, Hillary Clinton(Image: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Republican candidate, Donald Trump(Image: Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

US Elections: Who does YOUR MP want to see win the race to The White House

What time will the results be announced?

The first polls begin to close at midnight UK time, but results will continue to come in throughout the night.

So if you want to see how the the leadership race is playing out in its final moments, then you will probably have to stay up all night.

As for the final result, if earlier swing states such as Florida vote for Clinton then we could see the deciding vote in the early hours of the morning.

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Another state to keep an eye on is Pennsylvania, which is expected to swing in Hillary Clinton's favour.

If the race plays out throughout the night, we should expect the final result to be announced at around 4am to 5am on Wednesday November 9.

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