In most states, a popular vote tie is broken by a coin toss or drawing names from a hat. The odds of a many-state tie are slimmer than the odds of the hat being hit by a bale of cocaine dumped from a drug-smuggling airplane. But since it’s Election Day, let’s apply his question to the current contest. What will happen if there's a tie? Math geeks, enjoy.
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