Election Voting Results | 2020 Election & Primary Live Results

A photo of Super Tuesday presidential primary election ballots in Massachusetts.A photo of Super Tuesday presidential primary election ballots in Massachusetts.By: Whoisjohngalt

Next Democratic Presidential Primary Election

DateStateDelegatesResultsWatch
6/2New Jersey107View ResultsWatch Live Results
6/2South Dakota14View ResultsWatch Live Results
6/2New Mexico29View ResultsWatch Live Results
6/2Montana16View ResultsWatch Live Results

Election results start coming in shortly after the polls close in a given state and can take anywhere between seconds to days to be announced depending on how close a race is. States and districts that are relatively "safe" for either party tend to be called immediately while swing states and districts can take longer. 

Every major broadcast and cable news station have a team of professionals who review exit polls, polling data, and ballot returns that helps them determine when to call a district or state for a candidate. Once they are confident a race can be called for a candidate, they report it to the journalists in the television studio or newsroom and they report it to the general public.

Past Presidential Primary Elections

DateStateDelegatesWinnerResults
5/19Oregon52View Results
5/19Kentucky46View Results
5/12Nebraska25View Results
5/12West Virginia24View Results
5/5Indiana70View Results
5/2Kansas41View Results
4/28New York224View Results
4/28Rhode Island21View Results
4/28Pennsylvania153View Results
4/28Maryland79View Results
4/28Delaware17View Results
4/28Connecticut49View Results
4/7Wisconsin77View Results
4/4Alaska15View Results
4/4Hawaii22View Results
4/4Wyoming13View Results
4/4Louisiana50View Results
3/24Georgia105View Results
3/17Arizona67Joe BidenView Results
3/17Illinois155Joe BidenView Results
3/17Ohio136View Results
3/17Florida219Joe BidenView Results
3/10Washington89View Results
3/10Idaho20Joe BidenView Results
3/10North Dakota14Bernie SandersView Results
3/10Missouri68Joe BidenView Results
3/10Mississippi36Joe BidenView Results
3/10Michigan125Joe BidenView Results
3/3California415Bernie SandersView Results
3/3Utah29Bernie SandersView Results
3/3Tennessee64Joe BidenView Results
3/3Minnesota75Joe BidenView Results
3/3Colorado67Bernie SandersView Results
3/3Arkansas31Joe BidenView Results
3/3North Carolina110Joe BidenView Results
3/3Texas228Joe BidenView Results
3/3Oklahoma37Joe BidenView Results
3/3Massachusetts91Joe BidenView Results
3/3Maine24Joe BidenView Results
3/3Alabama52Joe BidenView Results
3/3Virginia99Joe BidenView Results
3/3Vermont16Bernie SandersView Results
2/29South Carolina54Joe BidenView Results
2/22Nevada36Bernie SandersView Results
2/11New Hampshire24Bernie SandersView Results
2/3Iowa41Pete ButtigiegView Results

While the Presidential election gets the majority of attention every four years, there are a slew of other state and federal elections happening at the same time. Every one of the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives is on the ballot, along with 33 U.S. Senate seats, eleven governorships, and forty-four state house and/or senate seats.

Presidential Election Results Coverage

There are two main organizations that "call" Presidential elections in the United States - Reuters and The Associated Press

Reuters has partnered with the National Election Pool, a group comprised of ABC News, CBS News, CNN and NBC News (along with MSNBC) to provide up-to-the-minute Presidential election exit polling and results for the entirety of the primary season through election night in November. Since each of these organizations are working together on this project they will likely be "calling" a specific state and the overall winner of the Presidential election at or around the same time.

The Associated Press has teamed up with Fox News to conduct their own exit polling and results in the Presidential election. Instead of heavily focusing on exit-polling, the AP and Fox News rely on a team of reporters in all fifty states who unleash a five-part strategy to receive and quickly deliver the results to national headquarters, who then report the results on air. 

U.S. House and Senate Election Results Coverage

All 435 U.S. House Seats are up for grabs in 2020 as are 33 U.S. Senate seats. National media pays close attention to close House and Senate races in order to help viewers know which party will be in control of either chamber during the next Congressional session, but they don't always report extensively on every race, especially ones that are considered safe and not "up for grabs."

If you are interested in seeing how an individual House or Senate candidate fared then you most likely will want to visit Reuters.com or APnews.com on election night because they will both have interactive maps breaking down how each candidate did in every district and state.  

State and Local Election Results Coverage

Eleven states are holding elections for governor and forty-four states are holding state House and/or Senate elections in 2020.

It can be a little more difficult to get up-to-the-minute results on state and local elections since the national media tends to focus on federal races, but every major newspaper, along with local outlets, reports state and local results on their websites. They will also report on U.S. House and Senate results in your state.

StateLargest State Newspaper
Alabama

The Birmingham News

AlaskaAnchorage Daily News
Arizona

The Arizona Republic

Arkansas

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

CaliforniaLos Angeles Times
ColoradoThe Denver Post
Connecticut

The Hartford Courant

DelawareWilmington News Journal
FloridaTampa Bay Times
GeorgiaAtlanta Journal-Constitution
Hawaii

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Idaho

Idaho Statesman

IllinoisThe Chicago Tribune
IndianaThe Indianapolis Star
IowaThe Des Moines Register
Kansas

The Wichita Eagle

Kentucky

The Courier-Journal

Louisiana

The Advocate

Maine

Portland Press Herald

Maryland

The Baltimore Sun

MassachusettsThe Boston Globe
MichiganDetroit Free Press
Minnesota Star Tribune
Mississippi

The Clarion-Ledger

MissouriSt. Louis Post-Dispatch
Montana

Billings Gazette

Nebraska

Omaha World-Herald

NevadaLas Vegas Review-Journal
New Hampshire

New Hampshire Union Leader

New JerseyThe Star-Ledger
New Mexico

Albuquerque Journal

New YorkThe New York Times
North Carolina

The Charlotte Observer

North Dakota

The Bismarck Tribune

OhioThe Columbus Dispatch
Oklahoma

The Oklahoman

Oregon

The Oregonian

Pennsylvania

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Rhode Island

The Providence Journal

South Carolina

The Post and Courier

South Dakota

Argus Leader

Tennessee

Knoxville News Sentinel

TexasThe Dallas Morning News
Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune

VermontThe Burlington Free Press
Virginia

The Virginian-Pilot

Washington

The Seattle Times

West Virginia

The Herald-Dispatch

WisconsinMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wyoming

Casper Star Tribune