National League of Women Voters Statement on the 2020 Presidential Election Results
WASHINGTON – League of Women Voters board president Dr. Deborah Turner and CEO Virginia Kase issued the following joint statement on the results of the electoral college count for our next president:
“The American voters have spoken, and we now know the result of the presidential election. We commend the election workers and administrators who helped facilitate the 2020 elections and the post-Election Day counting of ballots under the most challenging of circumstances.
“The 2020 elections saw the most ballots cast in U.S. history. We applaud the will and determination of the American public to participate in elections amid an ongoing pandemic. This unprecedented turnout is a testament to the determination of the American voters and the strength of our democratic system. It is also a testament to the tenacity and power of Black, Indigenous, Latino, Asian, Muslim, LGBTQ+, and young voters who turned out in record numbers demanding their voices be heard. We are truly inspired.
“Voting is our most sacred constitutional right, and elections are our greatest national project. While we know the outcome of the presidential election, there are still hundreds of local and state races yet to be decided. As we await the full results, we respect the process and professionalism of our election administrators. When all votes are counted, all candidates must respect the outcome.
“There will be many lessons learned from the 2020 elections, and we should celebrate our successes, including the expansion of voter access, record-breaking early voting, and the wide-scale use of absentee and mail-in voting options. This is what creating a more perfect union looks like, and we hope to see these expansions become a more permanent part of our voting system.
“The League’s work this year informed and protected millions of voters. The League was instrumental in the ongoing fight to preserve American democracy in a nonpartisan manner even in one of the most partisan and contentious elections in our nation’s history. One hundred years after our organization was founded, we remain committed to our mission of empowering voters and defending democracy.
“As we look to the weeks and months ahead, our nation must begin the process of reconciliation and seek to identify those things that bind us together rather than divide us. In this moment, we must come together as Americans, respect the process, and work toward a peaceful transition of power.
“Democracy defines America, and democracy has prevailed in the 2020 elections.”
Vanderburgh Current Election Results
Updates for the 2020 General Election Results from the County Election Office
The Vanderburgh Election Office released the FINAL unofficial election results on November 5 at 3:55 pm. CLICK HERE for the results.
Nov 4, 2020 10:35pm: "This is the final preliminary vote total for today, now including a substantial portion of the more than 40,000 paper ballots generated at the early in-person voting sites, along with the tallies of the mail-in ballots and votes cast on Election Day itself at the 22 Vote Centers in Vanderburgh County. Tomorrow morning beginning at 8:00 a.m., the remainder of the early in-person ballots will be counted, and final unofficial results of the General Election will be released later in the day."
In August of 2020, Vanderburgh County acquired new election equipment which produces a Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail. It also reports results in a new PDF format. As the election results are tallied, a PDF report posted here will be updated periodically.
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For easy viewing the PDF pages are also pasted on the Election Office website.
EVANSVILLE COURIER UPDATES
Vanderburgh results in two days after election day; Two newcomers oust incumbents
Published 4:31 pm Nov 5; updated 5:39 p.m. Nov 5
Close local races hanging in the balance got clarity Thursday afternoon with final but unofficial results that show Democratic County Commissioner Ben Shoulders re-elected and Republican Jill Hahn added to the County Council. Hahn's victory — she came in third in a six-candidate race for three at-large seats -- came at the expense of Republican Councilwoman Angela Koehler Lindsey, who finished fourth and was thus not re-elected. The County Council is county government's budget-writing body. Democrat Mike Goebel and Republican Joe Kiefer were re-elected.
Vanderburgh vote counts: Where things stand with 66K votes counted
Published 11:14 pm, Nov 4, 2020
The Vanderburgh County election results posted to the county's website around 10 p.m. Wednesday night are neither official nor final, but getting close, with 66,170 total votes counted. According to Doug Briody, attorney to the Vanderburgh County Election Board, the total number of ballots submitted should be in the neighborhood of 76,000 — around 40,000 from early voting centers, about 15,000 mailed in and roughly 21,000 cast at polling places on Election Day.
Vanderburgh elections chief 'very optimistic' counting will end Wednesday
published 12:52 pm CT Nov. 4, 2020
The county Election Office called it a night around 11 p.m., having reported results with 36,810 ballots counted. But about 15,000 mail-in absentee ballots were received, plus about 40,000 votes that were cast in-person at early vote centers. That's in addition to however many votes were cast Tuesday at the county's 22 vote centers.