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3:34pm CT, Nov 4. Michigan called for Biden
CNN and NBC News are projecting that Joe Biden will win the state of Michigan, another major victory for the former vice president as he chases the necessary 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the presidency. This is another state that Biden has flipped from the 2016 election, joining Arizona, which was also called for him.
1:50pm CT, Nov 4: Wisconsin is a Biden win
CNN and the Associated Press are projecting that Biden has won Wisconsin. At the same time, the Trump campaign is already calling for a recount. However, former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is pouring cold water on the idea that a recount will flip the results.
"After recount in 2011 race for WI Supreme Court, there was a swing of 300 votes. After recount in 2016 Presidential race in WI, @realDonaldTrump numbers went up by 131. As I said, 20,000 is a high hurdle. #Election2020," Walker tweeted on Wednesday morning.
Trump is also projected to pick up one electoral vote from Maine's 2nd District, according to the Associated Press.
10:56am CT, Nov. 4: Biden officially wins Arizona
Fox News projected on Tuesday night that Biden would get the first state flip of the election, with the former vice president winning Arizona. Trump won the state with just over 48 percent of the vote in the 2016 election. However, Trump advisor Jason Miller called it "way too soon" to call the state.
Around 2am CT on Wednesday morning, however, the Associated Press also called the state in favor of Biden. A win in Arizona helps Biden with more pathways to get the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the election.
Meanwhile, NBC News is projecting that Biden will win at least three of Maine's four Electoral College votes.
12:29am: Biden wins key Nebraska district, Trump takes Texas.
Meanwhile, NBC News projected that Biden will win Nebraska's second congressional district, which could come into play depending on the results of Pennsylvania.
11:39pm: Trump claims Ohio again, Minnesota goes Biden
Trump has won an important state. Fox News and NBC News are projecting that Trump will win Ohio and its 18 electoral votes. Biden is projected to win Hawaii, according to NPR, via the Associated Press.
Minnesota and its 10 electoral votes are going to Biden, the first in a string of Midwestern states Biden will need to win to take the White House
10:05pm CT: West Coast goes to Biden
The West Coast states have begun to be called. Biden unsurprisingly swept the West Coast of the country. The Associated Press projected just after 10pm CT that Biden would win California, Oregon, and Washington. Trump also picked up a western state, though, with the Associated Press calling Idaho for the president.
9:40pm CT: House of Representatives to stay under Democratic control
8:43pm CT: Biden captures Colorado; Trump takes South Carolina
Biden has picked up Colorado, according to CNN.
8:21pm CT: Trump holds steady in the Dakotas; Biden wins Illinois, New York
More states are rolling in. Joe Biden is projected to win Illinois, the Associated Press reports. CNN also projected that Biden will win New York, while NPR via the Associated Press is projecting Biden will win New Mexico.
7:37pm CT: Biden takes Connecticut, Trump takes Tennessee
Joe Biden is projected to win Connecticut, according to NBC News. Trump is projected to win Tennessee, according to ABC News. The president is also projected to win Arkansas, according to NPR via the Associated Press.
7:07pm CT: Slew of states called with no surprises
A number of states have no been called by several news outlets—although none are all that surprising.
Trump is expected to take three states, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Alabama, all called by the Associated Press. Meanwhile, Biden is expected to win four states, and Washington, D.C. According to NBC News, Biden is going to win New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Massachusetts
6:48pm CT: Biden wins Virginia, Trump takes West Virginia
However, things are looking less definitive in Georgia. According to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter, a vote count is not expected in Fulton County, where Atlanta is located, after a water pipe burst in an absentee by mail processing center at a local arena.
6:10pm CT: First polls closed: Trump wins Indiana, Kentucky; Biden wins Vermont
Several states have been called by various news outlets, the first of the 2020 election. CNN projects that Trump has won Indiana, and NPR, via the Associated Press projects that the president will win Kentucky.
Meanwhile, the Associated Press, projects that Biden will win Vermont. Polls have also closed in Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia, although results are not expected to be in for some time.