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Election 2020 Insider

| Wednesday, November 4, 2020

In an election night marked by uncertainty and tallying absentee ballots, the American people will still be waiting for a clear victor Wednesday morning and likely until the end of the week.

While former Vice President Joe Biden picked up several key swing states Tuesday, including Arizona and Minnesota, President Donald Trump won Florida, Ohio and Texas, states he also won in 2016.

As of early Wednesday morning, many of the states that will likely decide the election — including Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina — are still too close to call.

For more detailed election coverage, read all the stories from the 2020 Election Insider here:

Print Edition of The Observer Election Insider

Presidential election remains too close to call, likely to continue for days

Election night 2020: Minute-by-minute on the tri-campus

Election night 2020: Around the nation

ND political science experts weigh in on election results throughout election night

Indiana Gov. Holcomb, Republicans keep legislative control with big wins in state races

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