Results poured in Tuesday night in the 2020 race for the White House, with President Donald Trump claiming the hotly contested states of Florida, Texas and Ohio, while Democratic nominee Joe Biden won Minnesota and flipped Arizona. Arizona is the first state of the night that Trump won in 2016 — but lost this time around.
The candidates remained locked in a tight race in other key battlegrounds, including Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where results remained in flux as election officials processed a historically large number of mail-in votes.
The Associated Press projected that Former Vice President Joe Biden won Minnesota, while also claiming other predictable victories. FOX News is projecting the former vice president won Colorado and Virginia, two former battlegrounds that have become Democratic strongholds. Biden also won Hawaii, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Illinois, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and the District of Columbia. Biden won three of Maine’s four electoral votes, which is one of two states that does not use a winner-take-all method of allocating electoral votes, according to the network.
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