Election 2020

November 2, 2020

Check here for all Election 2020 Coverage

Precincts began reporting election results at 8:15 p.m. We will continue to update these graphics throughout the night as more data become available.

Presidential Results

Congressional Results

State Results

County Results

Editor-in-Chief Jackie Park interviewed App State College Republicans President River Collins. Watch here:

Political Editor Moss Brennan interviewed App State College Democrats President Dalton George. Watch here:

Update 12:54 a.m.

In the last hour, several North Carolina races have come to a close. Read the results in the stories below.

BREAKING: Deanna Ballard wins Senate seat for 45th district

BREAKING: GOP challenger Ray Pickett defeats incumbent Ray Russell

BREAKING: Virginia Foxx wins 5th Congressional District

BREAKING: Gov. Roy Cooper wins reelection in North Carolina

The North Carolina Board of Elections has created 10 tips for voting on Election Day. Read the tips below:

10 tips for Election Day voting

The chair of the Watauga County Board of Elections said voting is going smoothy so far. Some voters have been confused as to how provisional ballots work and if they can vote outside their precinct. Read more in the story below:

Voting “going smoothly so far” as some voters confused about voting outside of precinct

Four people showed up to the App State campus voting site before polls opened at 6:30 a.m. to avoid the long lines. Read more in the story below.

Four people in line as polls open at Plemmons Student Union, North Carolina

Editor-in-Chief Jackie Park and Political Editor Moss Brennan had a conversation with the presidents of App State College Democrats and Republicans.

The Appalachian will provide full Election Day coverage starting at 6:30 a.m. We will cover local, state and national elections with a heavy focus on Watauga County. Here’s how we’ll report on the results.

Editor’s note: How The Appalchian will report election results

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