Interactive Map: States Certifying 2020 Presidential Election Results

We've had some requests for a map of states have certified their 2020 presidential election results. That appears below; the image will update as more states certify.  We're using this resource from The New York Times to help populate the map. 

States that have certified their results are shown as dark red/blue. Others are shown lighter red/blue based on the projected winner.  

 

11 states have certified as of November 22:  Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming

Estimated certification dates/deadlines for the remaining states and DC follow. Note that these aren't all ironclad, as the date has passed in a few cases. 

November 13 Mississippi
November 18 Arkansas, Massachusetts
November 20 North Dakota
November 23 Kentucky, Maine + ME-01, ME-02Michigan, Pennsylvania, Utah
November 24 Indiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Washington DC
November 25 Alabama, Alaska
November 30 Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska + NE-01 + NE-03, NE-02
December 1 Kansas, Wisconsin
December 2 New Hampshire
December 3 Connecticut, Oregon, Texas, Washington, West Virginia
December 4 Illinois
December 7 New York
December 8 Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey
December 11 California
No Fixed Date Hawaii, Rhode Island, Tennessee

Source:  Ballotpedia

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