Election 2020 Coverage
All of The Daily Collegian's 2020 Election coverage in one place
After multiple days of counting ballots following Election Day on Nov. 3, the waiting game reminded many of the 2000 election between Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore and former Republican President George W. Bush that resulted in a decision made by the Supreme Court.
On Nov. 7 — four days after Election Day — the Associated Press called the 2020 presidential election in favor of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, marking the first time since 1992 that the incumbent president did not win reelection.
President Donald Trump's campaign abandoned part of its 105-page lawsuit to block Pennsylvania from certifying the results of its 2020 general election on Nov. 23, according to the Associated Press.
A lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump's campaign accused seven Pennsylvania counties, including Centre County, of creating an "illegal two-tiered voting system" to undermine in-person votes during the 2020 general election.
President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election by securing Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes early Saturday morning, securing over 270 electoral votes, as reported by the Associated Press.
Four days after Election Day, Democrat and former Vice President Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania, securing an additional 20 electoral votes.
Democratic incumbent Josh Shapiro defeated Republican Heather Heidelbaugh in the Pennsylvania attorney general election, according to the Associated Press.
The last polls for the 2020 presidential election closed in the United States at 1 a.m. early Wednesday morning, but American voters were left with no clear decision as to whether Republican President Donald Trump would be reelected for a second term or former Democratic Vice President Joe B…
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar appeared during a press conference to reassure Pennsylvanians their vote would be counted on Nov. 4.
With Pennsylvania’s ballots still being counted and no clear answer as to how much longer it will take to get a final result, some Penn State students are “frustrated,” while others aren't too concerned.