Live updates: Presidential election 2016 results 10:30 a.m. ET NFL coach Bill Belichick, who Trump touted as a supporter while campaigning in New Hampshire Monday did indeed send the GOP presidential nominee a letter announcing his endorsement. CBS Boston confirmed the letter, read by Trump to a Manchester crowd was in fact written by the Patriots head coach. 10:38 a.m. ET New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the first of Trump’s former primary rivals to give his backing to the campaign, voted under the cover of darkness Tuesday, NJ.com reports. The New Jersey Republican, who now leads Trump’s transition team arrived at the polls by 6:06 a.m., just minutes after the polls opened in the state. 10:57 a.m. ET Donald Trump arrives at a polling place in New York to cast his vote. Trump traveled four blocks from his campaign headquarters by motorcade. “We can see Trump Tower from where we are here ” CBS News’ Major Garrett told CBSN just now. If he loses, would he concede, the pool reporter also asked. Trump said that we will see what happens. The GOP nominee also said he though he campaign had gone well. 11:13 a.m. ET Hillary Clinton wins the vote on the U.S. island of Guam reports the Pacific Daily News The U.S. citizens in Guam casting ballots totaled 32,071. Clinton received 71.63 percent of the vote, while Trump received 24.16 percent. Socialist candidate Emidio Soltysik, the only third-party candidate on the ballot, took in 4.22 percent of the vote. Guam, 15 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time frequently calls itself “Where America’s Day Begins. For the last several years (since 1980), Guam residents have correctly chosen the winner of each presidential race The island’s voting record was upset in 1996, however, when a typhoon hit Guam on the nation’s voting day. Votes from Guam, however, don’t count, as the island has no representation in the Electoral College. 11:45 a.m. ET Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential nominee, and his family members cast their vote at the polling station across the street from the governor’s mansion. The polling location is at St. Thomas Aquinas church where Pence and his wife Karen first met. As a freshman in law school Pence says he saw a brunette woman playing the guitar and went to speak to her after the sermon. “Didn’t get to hear much of the sermon that day, Pence joked to reporters.