Last updated at 2:30 p.m. E.T. Mostly relying on AP projections. Read analyses of Tuesday night by our political director here. Not all races included.


Presidential race: Biden victory


BIDEN WINS (current electoral vote total is 306**, surpassing the 270 needed):


Vermont, 3 electoral votes

Virginia, 13

Connecticut, 7

Delaware, 3

Illinois, 20

Maryland, 10

Massachusetts, 11

New Jersey, 14

Rhode Island, 4

New York, 29

New Mexico, 5

Colorado, 9

District of Columbia, 3

New Hampshire, 4

California, 55

Washington, 12

Oregon, 7

Hawaii, 4

Minnesota, 10

Maine*, 3/4 for Biden; 1/4 for Trump

Arizona, 11

Wisconsin, 10

Michigan, 16

Pennsylvania, 20

Nevada, 6

Georgia**, 16 projected; will recount


TRUMP WINS (current electoral vote total is 232):


Kentucky, 8 electoral votes

West Virginia, 5

South Carolina, 9

Alabama, 9

Mississippi, 6

Oklahoma, 7

Tennessee, 11

Arkansas, 6

Missouri, 10

Indiana, 11

South Dakota, 3

North Dakota, 3

Louisiana, 8

Wyoming, 3

Nebraska*, 4/5 for Trump; 1/5 for Biden

Kansas, 6

Idaho, 4

Utah, 6

Ohio, 18

Montana, 3

Iowa, 6

Florida, 29

Texas, 38

North Carolina, 15

Alaska, 3


Gubernatorial races


Eric Holcomb (R) wins Indiana

Chris Sununu (R) wins New Hampshire

John Carney (D) wins Delaware

Phil Scott (R) wins Vermont

Doug Burgum (R) wins North Dakota

Spencer Cox (R) wins Utah

Roy Cooper (D) wins North Carolina

Mike Parson (R) wins Missouri

Jay Inslee (D) wins Washington

Greg Gianforte (D) wins Montana


Senate races: Republicans hold majority


Right now, there are 46 Democrats and 50 Republicans set for next term. Other parties have 2 seats.


Georgia senate races between Kelly Loeffler (R) and Raphael Warnock (D) and between David Perdue (R) and Jon Ossoff (D) will be decided in run-off elections.


Mark Warner (D) wins seat in Virginia

Shelley Moore Capito (R) wins seat in West Virginia

Mitch McConnell (R) wins seat in Kentucky

John Reed (D) wins seat in Rhode Island

Corey Booker (D) wins seat in New Jersey

Jeanne Shaheen (D) wins seat in New Hampshire

Ed Markey (D) wins seat in Massachusetts

Tom Cotton (R) wins seat in Arkansas

Mike Rounds (R) wins seat in South Dakota

Ben Sasse (R) wins seat in Nebraska

Cynthia Lummis (R) wins seat in Wyoming

John Hickenlooper (D) wins seat in Colorado

Lindsey Graham (R) wins seat in South Carolina

John Cornyn (R) wins seat in Texas

Tommy Tuberville (R) wins seat in Alabama

Roger Marshall (R) wins seat in Kansas

Jeff Merkley (D) wins seat in Oregon

Jim Risch (R) wins seat in Idaho

Bill Cassidy (R) wins seat in Louisiana

Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) wins seat in Mississippi

Ben Ray Lujan (D) wins seat in New Mexico

Joni Ersnt (R) wins seat in Iowa

Tina Smith (D) wins seat in Minnesota

Steve Daines (R) wins seat in Montana

Mark Kelly (D) wins seat in Arizona

Susan Collins (R) wins seat in Maine

Christopher Coons (D) wins seat in Delaware

Dick Durbin (D) wins seat in Illinois

Jim Inhofe (R) wins seat in Oklahoma

Bill Hagerty (R) wins seat in Tennessee

Gary Peters (D) wins seat in Michigan

Thom Tillis (R) wins seat in North Carolina

Dan Sullivan (R) wins seat in Alaska


House races: Democrats hold majority


Right now, there are 219 Democrats and 202 Republicans set for next term. 14 out of 435 races remain uncalled.


Dan Crenshaw (R) wins Texas' 2nd district

Marjorie Taylor Greene (R) wins Georgia's 14th district

Nikema Williams (D) wins Georgia's 5th district


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