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2020 Washington, North Idaho Election Results

Find real-time live updating results for the November 3, 2020 General Election in Eastern Washington and North Idaho as well as the U.S. presidential race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and the race for Washington governor between Gov. Jay Inslee and challenger Loren Culp. Inland Northwest senate and congressional races include incumbent Republican Idaho Senator Jim Risch versus challenger Democrat Paulette Jordan, and incumbent Republican Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers versus challenger, Democrat Dave Wilson. Washington state has been a vote-by-mail state since 2011. Ballot are mailed to all eligible voters on Oct. 16. Ballots have pre-paid postage and must be postmarked or returned to one of the state’s drop boxes by 8 p.m. on Election Day. An initial round of election returns is expected to be released shortly after 8 p.m. on Election Day, with counties releasing additional results in the days after the election as more ballots are counted. Additional results are typically released daily. Counties will certify general election results by Nov. 24, and the Secretary of State’s Office will certify the results by Dec. 3. In Idaho, the COVID-19 pandemic prompted a surge in mail-in (or absentee) ballot requests. Voters must apply for absentee ballots by Oct. 23. In person early voting ends on Oct. 30, and all ballots must be received by the county clerk – either through in-person voting or by mail – on Nov. 3 by 8 p.m. Counties will certify general election results by Nov. 13 and the Secretary of State’s Office will certify results by Nov. 18. See more in our voter guide