If you’re looking for a guide to finding the latest U.S. election results from The New York Times, this is it.
Election Day has arrived, and you may be eager, maybe even a little anxious, to get the latest election results — and fast. The results will begin to flow in after the first polls close at 7 p.m. local time. Some states will have results to report as soon as voting ends. Here is how to track the results with The New York Times:
- Presidential Election Results features a live map with the latest results in the contest between President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential nominee, for the 270 electoral votes needed to win the election. You can navigate to results from all 50 states from any of the results pages.
- Live Forecast: Presidential Battleground States has needles showing the latest estimates of what is happening in three presidential battleground states: Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, which provide detailed precinct data for all types of votes on election night.
- U.S. Senate Election Results features a map with tallies for the 35 of 100 Senate seats with races this year. Republicans have had a majority for six years, and Democrats would have to flip at least four seats to win control, or three seats if they also win the White House, because the vice president can break ties.
- U.S. House Election Results features a map showing the outcomes for the 435 seats in the House of Representatives. The Democrats are expected to keep and possibly strengthen their control of the House after surging to capture 40 seats in the 2018 midterm election.
- Live: Tracking the Presidential Vote Count shows the estimated votes remaining to be counted, based on turnout estimates by Edison Research, our provider for presidential results, and The Upshot’s modeling of the partisan makeup of the remaining vote.