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Slate’s Election Live Blog: The Day After

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a person standing in front of a table: Poll workers pore over boxes of absentee ballots on Election Day in the gym at Sun Prairie High School in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Andy Manis/Getty Images © Provided by Slate Poll workers pore over boxes of absentee ballots on Election Day in the gym at Sun Prairie High School in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Andy Manis/Getty Images

Welcome to Day Two of Slate’s election live blog. As of Wednesday morning, here is where things stand in the presidential election, the state of play in key Senate races, and a look at what comes next.

The electoral count has remained pretty static for the last several hours, as we wait for a handful of key states to count mail-in ballots. Here’s where the race stands as of first thing this morning (via the Associated Press):

Biden 238 (Arizona , 11, California 55, Colorado 9, Connecticut 7, Delaware 3, District of Columbia 3, Hawaii 4, Illinois 20, Maine 2, Maine (1) 1, Maryland 10, Massachusetts 11, Minnesota 10, Nebraska (2) 1, New Hampshire 4, New Jersey 14, New Mexico 5, New York 29, Oregon 7, Rhode Island 4, Vermont 3, Virginia 13, Washington 12) vs. Trump 213 (Alabama 9, Arkansas 6, Florida 29, Idaho 4, Indiana 11, Iowa 6, Kansas 6, Kentucky 8, Louisiana 8, Mississippi 6, Missouri 10, Montana 3, Nebraska 2, Nebraska (1) 1, Nebraska (3) 1, North Dakota 3, Ohio 18, Oklahoma 7, South Carolina 9, South Dakota 3, Tennessee 11, Texas 38, Utah 6, West Virginia 5, Wyoming 3). And 141 outstanding. Alaska 3, Georgia 16, Maine (2) 1, Michigan 16, Nevada 6, North Carolina 15, Pennsylvania 20, Wisconsin 10.

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