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U.S. Election 2020: Live results map, updates and analysis

Electoral college votes, Senate, House of Representative results roll in as mail-in ballots are tallied after election day

UPDATE, Nov. 7, 11:56 AM: Joe Biden has been declared as president-elect by the Associated Press and other major U.S. networks after winning in Pennsylvania

After an uncertain election night, mail-in ballots continue be tallied as Trump and Biden have some very close calls in key swing states.

Read our latest cover stories about the election: David Frum looks at what happens if Trump wins, and Paul Wells explores what the U.S. will look like if Trump loses. As an alternative to typical election results, we also coloured in the U.S. map as early results came in. The stream is over, but you can watch it hereRead our ongoing liveblog with election analysis.

BROWNELL: The states everyone is watching now
ANALYSIS: Five takeaways as it all hangs in the balance
GILMORE: This election brings 4 important changes to America and the world
WELLS: Joe Biden and the lure of gridlock
MARKUSOFF: The brick-wall Senate that Biden faces if he wins

Poll workers Angela and Zach Achten check-in a box of absentee ballots in the gym at Sun Prairie High School on November 3, 2020 in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. The entire gym was dedicated to counting the absentee ballots. (Andy Manis/Getty Images)

Poll workers check in a still-to-be-counted box of absentee ballots on election night in Sun Prairie, Wis. (Andy Manis/Getty Images)

IMAGE OF THE WEEK: The sum of U.S. election fears in one pile of ballot boxes