2020 Indiana Election Results
Nov. 3 is the 2020 general election. Democrat and Republican voters in Indiana will cast their votes for who will be the next president of the United States and the next governor of Indiana, as well who will represent them in the House of Representatives and other local position.
13News is tracking results from central Indiana, including Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Greenwood, Bloomington, Lafayette, Muncie and Noblesville. Join WTHR for live coverage on TV and WTHR.com. Be sure to download the WTHR News app and turn on your notifications for updates on the biggest races.
Please note that a higher than usual number of absentee votes are expected to slow the results reporting. Percentages displayed will be based on voting centers or precincts reporting unless otherwise noted. Absentee votes will not be included in the percentages which means you should see results with 0% reporting or there could be a large number of outstanding absentee votes to count with 100% reporting.
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Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).
U.S. President (Indiana)Precincts: 5,107 / 5,107 (100% reporting)
GovernorPrecincts: 5,107 / 5,107 (100% reporting)
Attorney GeneralPrecincts: 5,107 / 5,107 (100% reporting)
US House District 5Precincts: 596 / 596 (100% reporting)
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