DemDaily: Status of the States: Where Things Stand

November 4, 2020

As of 2:00pm Wednesday, Joe Biden holds 227 electoral votes to Donald Trump's 213 in the race to win the White House.

Presidential: Joe Biden: 50.2% (69,762,006 votes)
v. Trump: 48.1% (66,836,122 votes)
Outstanding: Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan,
North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin

Based on where the votes are still outstanding, Democrats expect to win Wisconsin, Nevada, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Georgia is currently a toss-up and North Carolina is a tight race.

Senate: Democrats: 47* v. Republicans: 48
(*includes two Independents)
Outstanding: Alaska, Michigan, North Carolina. In Georgia the Senate race has still not been called and the Senate special election will go to a runoff January 5th.

DemList will keep you informed.

Democrats flipped the Arizona senate seat, while Republicans flipped Alabama.

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