The highest office in the United States is on the ballot this Election Day.
Voters on Nov. 3 will choose who should be the president of the United States, deciding whether Republican Donald Trump should keep the office or Democrat Joe Biden should take over. It would be a massive upset if someone else finished in the top two for the race.
Remember, the Electoral College, not the popular vote, determines who wins. A candidate needs 270 Electoral votes to win.
While it may not determine the presidency, below is the nationwide presidential popular vote:
(170,220 / 170,228)
Below is a breakdown of how each state is voting according to the latest election data. The infogram below will update as more race data becomes available.
Check all the races in Central Florida and statewide in the dropdown menu below, and get more information on the ClickOrlando.com Results 2020 page.