We are now just hours away from the polls opening in Louisiana and a new possibility has emerged that could have Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tied in electoral votes. Analysts at 270towin.com say there is about a 10-12% chance of this actually happening tomorrow night. (see above map)

What would happen next? Writers at the New York Daily News broke down what would happen and we would be talking about delegates again.

In the case of a tie vote, the presidential contest is to be decided in the House of Representatives, under a very odd system in which the House votes by state delegations.

Under the 12th Amendment to the Constitution, a candidate must win a majority (at least 26) of the states. Under the current partisan make-up of Congress, 33 House state delegations are controlled by the Republicans, 14 by Democrats. Three are tied. Most election law experts agree the newly elected House decides.