LIVE RESULTS

2020 Election Live Results

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President
10 Electoral Votes

Minnesota has voted Democratic in each presidential election since 1976, the longest such streak (except DC). Donald Trump made it close in 2016; Hillary Clinton won by about 1.5%.

President

Updated:
Likely D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Donald J. Trump (Republican)
Roque De La Fuente (Independent)
Alyson Kennedy (Socialist)
Howie Hawkins (Green)
Joe Biden (Democratic)
Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian)
Kanye West (Independent)
Brock Pierce (Independent)
▾ Others

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. Senate

Incumbent Sen. Tina Smith (D) is seeking a 2nd term. She is favored by forecasters in the race against former Rep. Jason Lewis (R), although worth noting that some of the polling has shown a competitive race. 2024: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D, 3rd term)

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Likely D
Candidate Votes Percent
Jason Lewis (Republican)
*Tina Smith (Democratic)
Oliver Steinberg (Independent)
Kevin O'Connor (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House

8 Congressional Districts: 5 Democrats | 3 Republicans

Four of the eight seats switched parties in 2018. The only two GOP pick-ups that year - outside a Pennsylvania redistricting - were Districts 1 and 8 here. District 1 may flip back this year, as GOP Rep. Jim Hagedorn is dealing with both ethical and serious health issues. Democrats have renominated Dan Feehan, who Hagedorn beat by less than 1%.

With districts now more aligned on an urban/rural split, District 7 really stands out as one to watch. Donald Trump won this rural district by 31% in 2016, easily his largest margin in any district represented by a Democrat. That Democrat, Collin Peterson, is looking for a 16th term. This will be one of his most challenging reelections yet: Trump is back on the ballot and Republicans have a highly credible nominee in former Lt. Gov. Michelle Fischbach.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Toss-up
Candidate Votes Percent
Dan Feehan (Democratic)
Bill Rood (Independent)
*Jim Hagedorn (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Likely D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Angie Craig (Democratic)
Tyler Kistner (Republican)
Adam Weeks (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Dean Phillips (Democratic)
Kendall Qualls (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Betty McCollum (Democratic)
Gene Rechtzigel (Republican)
Susan Sindt (Independent)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 5

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Ilhan Omar (Democratic)
Michael Moore (Legal Marijuana Now)
Lacy Johnson (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 6

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Tom Emmer (Republican)
Tawnja Zahradka (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Leans R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Collin Peterson (Democratic)
Michelle Fischbach (Republican)
Rae Anderson (Independent)
Slater Johnson (Legal Marijuana Now)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 8

Updated:
Likely R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Pete Stauber (Republican)
Quinn Nystrom (Democratic)
Judith Schwartzbacker (Independent)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

Governor

Next election is 2022. Gov. Tim Walz (D, 1st term) is the incumbent.