2020 Election Results: Biden wins presidency

by The Reflector Staff

Editor’s Note: The results on this page will be periodically updated until the full results are announced.

Former Vice President Joe Biden will be the next President of the United States, according to an 11:28 a.m. race call from the Associated Press on Nov. 7.

Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images/TNS Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks at a voter activation center in Chester, Pennsylvania, on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.

The race call comes after the AP declared Biden the winner in Pennsylvania, receiving the state’s 20 electoral votes. The Pennsylvania race call brings Biden past the 270 electoral vote threshold to 284 votes, giving him the presidency.

Less than an hour after the AP called Pennsylvania for Biden, the AP declared at 12:14 p.m. on Nov. 7 that Biden had also won Nevada and its six electoral votes, bringing Biden to 290 electoral votes.

Electoral College

National Popular Vote

Indiana Results

President Donald Trump has won the state of Indiana, according to an 8:52 p.m. race call from the AP on Nov. 3.

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