2020 Election: Live Updates

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Final election results will be posted later this week. Visit https://www.ap.org/en-us/topics/politics/elections/how-we-call-races to see how the Associated Press calls races.

5:02 p.m- Michigan has been called for Biden by the Associated Press.

1:24 p.m- The Associated Press has called Wisconsin for Biden.

9:14 a.m- Last night, the Associated Press projected both Arizona and Maine would vote for Biden.

12:13 a.m- According to NBC, of Texas’ 36 seats in the United States House of Representatives, Democrats have won 10, Republicans have won 19 and 7 remain uncalled.

12:08 a.m- The Associated Press has called Texas for Trump, giving him 38 more electoral votes.

11:40 p.m – Florida and Montana are also being called for Trump by the Associated Press and New York was called for Biden earlier this evening.

11:33 p.m – Ohio and Iowa are called for Trump by the Associated Press.

11:17 p.m- The Associated Press has called Hawaii and Minnesota for Biden.

10:13 p.m- According to NBC News, Trump is currently leading in Texas, incumbent Senator John Cornyn has won and of Texas’ 36 seats in the House of Representatives, 9 have been won by Democrats, 16 by Republicans and 11 remain uncalled.

10:09 p.m- California, Washington, Oregon and New Hampshire have all voted for Biden according to the Associated Press, and Idaho and Utah have voted for Trump. This brings Biden up to 209 electoral votes and Trump up to 118.

9:45 p.m- Missouri has voted for Trump according to the Associated Press.

9:04 p.m- According to the Associated Press, Kansas has voted for Trump.

8:38 p.m- Colorado has given it’s 9 electoral votes to Biden, according to the Associated Press. In the senate, Democrats have won 7 seats and Republicans have won 8 seats. In the House, Democrats have 41 seats and Republicans have 71 seats.

8:30 p.m- D.C has voted for Biden according to the Associated Press.

8:03 p.m- According to the Associated Press, New Mexico and Arizona have both voted for Biden and North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Louisiana have all voted for Trump. Nebraska doesn’t give all of it’s votes to one candidate based on the state’s majority, and instead divides votes by district.

7:55 p.m- The Associated Press has called Indiana for Trump giving him 11 more electoral votes.

7:33 p.m- Arkansas has given it’s 6 electoral votes to Trump, according to the Associated Press. Trump is now at 61 while Biden is at 85.

7:01 p.m- Illinois, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland have all gone blue according to the Associated Press, while Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Oklahoma have all gone red.

6:51 p.m- In the Senate, the Democratic Party has won one seat in Virginia and the Republican party has won one seat in West Virginia, according to the Associated Press. In the House of Representatives, Democrats have won 14 seats and Republicans have won 10 seats.

6:38 p.m- Biden has won Virginia according to the Associated Press. Biden now has 16 electoral votes and Trump has 13.

6:35 p.m- The Associated Press has called West Virginia for Trump giving him another 5 electoral votes. This gives Trump 13 electoral votes while Biden still has only 3.

6:03 p.m- According to the Associated Press, President Donald Trump has won Kentucky and former Vice President Joe Biden has won Vermont. This gives Trump 8 electoral votes and Biden 3.

If you would like to follow along with live election results, CBS News is doing live updates at https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/2020-election-live-updates-2020-11-03/ For live results and updates specifically in Texas go to https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/texas-election-results-2020/