Presidential Election - 2020

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2020 Election Results

2020 Election Results

The 2020 U.S. presidential election was the 59th quadrennial presidential election. The election took place on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Voters selected electors who then voted on December 14, 2020. The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses were scheduled from February to August of 2020. Primaries and caucuses are held in various states, the District of Columbia, and territories of the U.S and are used as part of the nomination process for presidential candidates. A state's primary or caucus is typically an indirect vote, where voters determine the number of delegates each party's national convention will receive from their respective state. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, some presidential primaries were rescheduled, and others canceled in-person voting altogether. Hawaii, Kansas, Ohio, Wyoming, and Alaska all canceled their in-person voting. Five states are scheduled to vote this summer still: New Jersey (July 7), Delaware (July 7), Louisiana (July 11), Puerto Rico (July 12), and Connecticut (August 11).

On June 8, 2020, former Vice President Joe Biden became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee by securing enough delegates for the nomination. Biden received an estimated 2,171 delegates, giving him more than the 1,991 required delegates needed to secure the nomination. At the beginning of the campaign, Biden was up against Bernie Sanders, Andrew Yang, Elizabeth Warren, Tulsi Gabbard, Kamala Harris, Michael Bloomberg, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, and several others looking to receive the nomination. All other candidates have either withdrawn their candidacy or paused their campaigns. Senator Sanders, Biden's largest competition, paused his campaign on April 8, 2020, and endorsed Biden as the presumptive nominee. Biden ended up winning 41 contests in the primaries.

President Donald Trump was the Republican presidential candidate with his running mate as Vice President Mike Pence. On March 17, 2020, Trump won the Florida and Illinois primaries, giving him more than the 1,276 delegates required to secure the nomination. The 2020 Republican National Convention was held from August 24-27, 2020. The convention's first day was in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the second, third, and fourth days in Jacksonville, Florida.

On November 3rd, 2020, the American people voted for their next president. Joe Biden won the following states:

  • District of Columbia
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii

Donald Trump won the following states:

In the 2020 election, Joe Biden won president, receiving 306 electoral votes over Donald Trump's 232 electoral votes. In the popular vote, Biden received 81.2 million votes, and Trump received 74.2 million votes. On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

2020 Election Results

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State
Votes (D)
Democrat
Votes (R)
Republican
Electoral Votes (D)
Electoral Votes (R)
Winning Party
Alabama849,62436.57%1,441,17062.03%9Republican
Alaska153,77842.77%189,95152.83%3Republican
Arizona1,672,14349.36%1,661,68649.06%11Democrat
Arkansas423,93234.78%760,64762.4%6Republican
California11,110,25063.48%6,006,42934.32%55Democrat
Colorado1,804,35255.4%1,364,60741.9%9Democrat
Connecticut1,080,83159.26%714,71739.19%7Democrat
Delaware296,26858.74%200,60339.77%3Democrat
District of Columbia317,32392.15%18,5865.4%Democrat
Florida5,297,04547.86%5,668,73151.22%29Republican
Georgia2,473,63349.47%2,461,85449.24%16Democrat
Hawaii366,13063.73%196,86434.27%4Democrat
Idaho287,02133.07%554,11963.84%4Republican
Illinois3,471,91557.54%2,446,89140.55%20Democrat
Indiana1,242,41640.96%1,729,51957.02%11Republican
Iowa759,06144.89%897,67253.09%6Republican
Kansas570,32341.56%771,40656.21%6Republican
Kentucky772,47436.15%1,326,64662.09%8Republican
Louisiana856,03439.85%1,255,77658.46%8Republican
Maine435,07253.09%360,73744.02%2Democrat
Maryland1,985,02365.36%976,41432.15%10Democrat
Massachusetts2,382,20265.6%1,167,20232.14%11Democrat
Michigan2,804,04050.62%2,649,85247.84%16Democrat
Minnesota1,717,07752.4%1,484,06545.28%10Democrat
Mississippi539,39841.06%756,76457.6%6Republican
Missouri1,253,01441.41%1,718,73656.8%10Republican
Montana244,78640.55%343,60256.92%3Republican
Nebraska374,58339.17%556,84658.22%2Republican
Nevada793,48650.06%669,89047.67%6Democrat
New Hampshire424,93752.71%365,66045.36%4Democrat
New Jersey2,608,33557.33%1,883,27441.4%14Democrat
New Mexico501,61454.29%401,89443.5%5Democrat
New York5,230,98560.86%3,244,79837.75%29Democrat
North Carolina2,684,29248.59%2,758,77549.93%15Republican
North Dakota114,90231.76%235,59565.11%3Republican
Ohio2,679,16545.24%3,154,83453.27%18Republican
Oklahoma593,89032.29%1,020,28065.37%7Republican
Oregon1,340,38356.45%958,44840.37%7Democrat
Pennsylvania3,458,22950.01%3,377,67448.84%20Democrat
Rhode Island307,48659.39%199,92238.61%4Democrat
South Carolina1,091,54143.43%1,385,10355.11%9Republican
South Dakota150,47135.61%261,04361.77%3Republican
Tennessee1,143,71138.45%1,852,47560.66%11Republican
Texas5,259,12646.48%5,890,34752.06%38Republican
Utah560,28237.65%865,14058.13%6Republican
Vermont242,82066.09%112,70430.67%3Democrat
Virginia2,413,56854.11%1,962,43044%13Democrat
Washington2,369,61257.97%1,584,65138.77%12Democrat
West Virginia235,98429.69%545,38268.82%5Republican
Wisconsin1,630,86649.45%1,610,18448.82%10Democrat
Wyoming73,49126.55%193,55969.94%3Republican
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How many states did Joe Biden win in the 2020 elections?

In the 2020 elections, Joe Biden won 26 states.

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