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US Election 2020 Results Key Updates: States won by Donald Trump and Joe Biden

US Election 2020 Results: The next occupant to the White House needs to win 270 of the 538 electoral college votes. Experts say that Joe Biden has multiple paths to victory, with Trump having very little room to maneuver.

India TV News Desk Edited by: India TV News Desk New Delhi Updated on: November 04, 2020 23:07 IST
US Election 2020 Results Key Updates: States won by Donald
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US Election 2020 Results Key Updates: States won by Donald Trump and Joe Biden

US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are competing against each other for the White House. The outcome will decide who will sit in the White House for the next four years. 

Biden, former vice president, has maintained his lead mid-way with 209 of the 538 electoral college seats. Trump, who is seeking second consecutive term, has defended 118 electoral college seats.

The counting of votes in the crucial US presidential election began on Tuesday night. The White House's next occupant needs to win 270 of the 538 electoral college votes. Experts say that Joe Biden has multiple paths to victory, with Trump having very little room to maneuver.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump in a tweet expressed confidence on the results. "WE ARE LOOKING REALLY GOOD ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. THANK YOU!" he tweeted. Trump is watching the election results from the White House.

US President Election 2020 Results: Take a look at the states won by Donald Trump and Joe Biden: 

Donald Trump 

  1. Alaska
  2. Arkansas
  3. Alabama
  4. Florida
  5. Kansas 
  6. Kentucky 
  7. Louisiana 
  8. Mississippi 
  9. Nebraska 
  10. North Dakota 
  11. Oklahoma 
  12. South Dakota 
  13. Tennessee 
  14. West Virginia 
  15. Wyoming 
  16. Indiana 
  17. South Carolina 
  18. Utah

Joe Biden

  1. Arizona
  2. California
  3. Colorado
  4. Columbia
  5. Connecticut
  6. Delaware
  7. Illinois
  8. Maryland
  9. Massachusetts
  10. New Hampshire
  11. New Jersey
  12. New Mexico
  13. New York 
  14. Oregon 
  15. Rhode Island
  16. Vermont 
  17. Virginia 
  18. Washington

States (with no. of electoral vote) yet to be called for either sides

Nevada: 6

Georgia: 16

Alaska: 3

Maine: 4

Pennsylvania: 20

Michigan: 16

North Carolina: 15 

Wisconsin: 10

An unprecedented 103.2 million people cast their ballots in this year’s presidential election. The early birds represent 74.3 percent of the total turnout in the 2016 election. A tally by The Associated Press shows the early vote in several states, including hotly-contested Texas and Arizona, exceeded the total vote of four years ago. In Kentucky, nearly 13 times as many voters cast their ballots early this year than in 2016.

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