2020 Election Results: Interactive electoral college map

Use the 2020 presidential election map to view the electoral voting results and find out who won the election. Check back for the updated total of electoral votes by state including key battleground states: Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

It will take 270 electoral votes to win the 2020 presidential election. In the 2016 presidential election, Trump defeated Clinton 304 to 227 in electoral votes. Clinton won the popular vote.

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Biden wins Minnesota

The Associated Press projects former Vice President Joe Biden has won the state of Minnesota. As of 11:15 p.m. Tuesday, Biden had about a 10 percentage point lead over President Donald Trump with about 63 percent of precincts reporting. VIEW MINNESOTA RESULTS

In 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won the state of Minnesota over Donald Trump by a narrow margin of 1.5 percent. After losing such a tight race, Trump vowed to turn the state red in 2020. Minnesota last voted for a Republican in 1972 for Richard Nixon.

Both the Biden and Trump campaigns have frequented Minnesota in the months leading up to the election. Since early voting began on Sept. 18, Trump has visited the state three times and Biden has visited twice. Both candidates made stops in the state on Friday with Biden in St. Paul and Trump in Rochester.

Other crucial states

Next door, Joe Biden has also been projected as the winner of the state of Wisconsin, a state which President Trump carried in 2016. 

Biden has held on to an approximately 20,000-vote lead over President Donald Trump in Wisconsin, a key battleground state. Winning Wisconsin gives the former Vice President 10 electoral votes. 

Trump’s campaign manager Bill Stepien said Trump plans to “immediately” request a recount in Wisconsin. 

In the state of Michigan, the FOX News's Decision Desk also called that state for Biden and its 16 electoral college votes. 

The projected wins in the two battleground states now put Biden at 264 electoral votes over Trump’s 214. 

Ballots in Pennsylvania (20), Nevada (6), Georgia (16), Alaska (3) and North Carolina (15) are still being counted to determine how the pivotal remaining electoral votes will be awarded.

Much of President Donald Trump’s initial lead on Nov. 3 diminished by the morning after Election Day, largely due to the remaining mail-in ballots being counted, which favored Biden. Most of those ballots came from heavily populated counties.