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The 2020 race for the White House has been perhaps the most contentious in generations. With polls closed in the race between Republican nominee and President Donald J. Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden campaign, attention turns to ballot counting in key battleground states that will decide the presidency.

Latest news:

  • With presidency in reach, Dems grapple with disappointment
  • Trump team says it's suing to stop Pennsylvania vote count
  • Trump sues for Michigan ballot access, asks for Wisconsin recount
  • Former GOP stronghold of Arizona hands big wins to Democrats
  • 2020 Latest: Biden wins Wisconsin, flipping state from 2016
  • How Joe Biden can still win Pennsylvania

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President and Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden take center stage on Election Day Tuesday, but several competitive races are also up for grabs that will determine the power structure of the Senate and House of Representatives as well as governor seats.

Latest news:

  • Georgia's Loeffler, Warnock set for Senate runoff in January (11:42 p.m.)
  • US Sen. Shelley Moore Capito wins 2nd term in West Virginia (11:35 p.m.)
  • Incumbent governors, including North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, fare well (10:45 p.m.)
  • NJ approves recreational cannabis, elects Biden, Booker (10:25 p.m.)
  • Georgia Republican who supports QAnon wins US House seat (9:22 p.m.)
  • Pennsylvania emerges as online misinformation hotspot (9:13 p.m.)

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The 2020 race for the White House has been perhaps the most contentious in generations. As Republican nominee and President Donald J. Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden campaign on this final day of voting, here are some of the latest stories about that race from around the country.

Latest news:

  • Razor-thin margin separates Biden, Trump in Wisconsin race
  • EXPLAINER: A long night, or more, before president is known

  • Trump takes Indiana, Kansas; Biden takes Connecticut

  • AP: Trump wins, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Louisiana

  • AP: Biden wins New York, New Mexico and Rhode Island
  • AP: Trump wins Oklahoma and Tennessee
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