July 27, 2021

Election night 2020: Live coverage, updates and results

Votes are being counted across the U.S. in the 2020 elections Tuesday, with President Trump looking to hold off former Vice President Joe Biden, and Democrats hoping to regain control of the Senate. Yahoo News is providing complete coverage of election night, with instant updates and analysis of key results.

Live Updates
  • Rebecca Corey

    The race to 270

    A candidate needs to gain at least 270 electoral votes to win the White House — a majority of the 538 that are up for grabs. Here’s where the race to 270 currently stands:

    Donald Trump: 145

    Joe Biden: 223

    The following states have been called for Biden: Vt., Va., Conn., Del., Ill., Md., Mass., N.J., R.I., N.Y., N.M., D.C., Colo., N.H., Calif., Ore., Wash., Hawaii, Minn.

    The following states have been called for Trump: Ky., W. Va., S.C., Ala., Miss., Tenn., Okla., Ark., Ind., N.D., S.D., Wyo., La., Neb., Kan., Mo., Idaho, Utah, Ohio, Iowa, Mont.

  • Christopher Wilson

    Trump wins Ohio, Montana, Iowa

  • Christopher Wilson

    Biden wins Minnesota’s 10 electoral votes

  • Dylan Stableford

    Biden to speak

    Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, will make a statement from Wilmington, Del., at 12:30 a.m. ET, his campaign announced.

  • Christopher Wilson

    Biden wins Hawaii’s 4 electoral votes

  • Christopher Wilson

    Networks project Trump winner in Ohio

    Fox News, ABC News, NBC News and CNN have projected Trump as the winner in Ohio. We are still waiting on the Associated Press’s call but it appears that Ohio’s18 electoral votes will go to the incumbent.

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