Clip: When the 2016 election is over, we'll finally be able to understand it

Nov. 04, 2016 AT 1:01 p.m. EDT

When the 2016 election is over we'll finally be able to understand the 2016 election. To help, The Hill​'s Reid Wilson plans on building a "ton of maps." What will you do when the election is over?

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When the 2016 campaign is over I'm going to build a ton of maps. There have only ever been 57 presidential elections in American history. That's not a huge sample size, but it's enough to give all of you something cool to look at and all of us a little bit more information about how to decode this election.

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