Presidential Election Results Certification
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States that have certified their 2020 presidential election results are shown as dark red/blue. Others are shown lighter red/blue based on the projected winner.
Each state compiles its certified results on a Certificate of Ascertainment (example). These name the electors to be sent to the electoral college and also include the vote earned by each candidate and/or party and their corresponding slate of electors.
Electoral college delegations meet to cast their vote in each state on December 14. The result is recorded on a Certificate of Vote (example). These are then counted in Congress on January 6.
December 8: Hawaii (D), Missouri (R). All 50 states and DC have certified their results. The electors will meet in each state on Monday December 14 to cast their votes.