Track results live on election night

Nov 03, 2020 Travel News

Track results live on election night

Election day has arrived, and you may be impatient, maybe even a little anxious, for the latest election results – and fast. Results will start pouring in after the first polling stations close at 7 p.m. local time. Some states will have results to communicate at the end of the vote. Here’s how to track results with The New York Times:

  • The presidential election results present a live map with the latest results of the contest between President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential candidate, for the 270 electoral votes needed to win the election. You can access the results for all 50 states from any results page. You may want to see the results for these key states: Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Texas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Ohio.

  • Live Forecast: Presidential Battleground States has needles showing the latest estimates of what’s happening in three Presidential Battleground States: Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina, which provide detailed constituency data for all types of votes on election night.

  • The US Senate election results show a map showing 35 out of 100 Senate seats with races this year. Republicans have had a majority for six years, and Democrats would need to reverse at least four seats to gain control, or three seats if they also win the White House, because the vice president may sever ties.

  • US House Election Results presents a map showing the results for the 435 seats in the House of Representatives. Democrats are expected to retain and possibly strengthen their control of the House after reaching 40 seats in the 2018 midterm elections.

  • Live: The presidential vote tally tracker shows the estimated remaining votes to be counted, based on turnout estimates from Edison Research, our presidential results provider, and The Upshot’s modeling of the party’s party lineup. remaining vote.