Biden, Trump await election results

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We’re days past Election Day and USA TODAY’S coverage of the 2020 election continues as states work to finish counting the ballots.

All eyes on are the battleground states that will ultimately decide the election. Be sure to refresh this page often to get the latest information on how things are going.  

USA TODAY will have live election results from across the country.

Unprecedented double runoff: None of Georgia’s candidates receive 50% of votes

Georgia Sen. David Perdue is headed to a runoff election in January against Democrat Jon Ossoff, potentially leaving the Senate majority undecided until January.

After counting votes and tallying absentee ballots, Ossoff caught up to Perdue to force a runoff, which is done in the state if no candidate wins 50% of the vote. The Libertarian candidate Shane Hazel also appeared to have chipped away at Perdue’s vote share.

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