U.S. Elections Resources Guide
This year’s presidential cycle has captured the attention of the world
Set against the backdrop of a global pandemic, a fractured electorate, and the rise of misinformation, the 2020 U.S. elections are poised to be one of the most watched elections of our lifetime. Thomson Reuters has the news and resources to keep you informed and equipped in the run up to the U.S. elections.
Up-to-the-minute coverage from Reuters News
Reuters election coverage cuts through the noise to deliver real-time, trusted and impartial news and data to customers globally. Follow the Reuters elections coverage page for the latest headlines, photography, graphics from our award-winning journalists.
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U.S. election infographics and visualizations
Reuters Graphics team breaks down key issues
FindLaw's U.S. election guides
Guide to how U.S. elections work
Elections are straightforward by the end: you see the candidates, and you vote for the candidate you want in office. But the process to select and narrow down candidates can be complex — and take months or years. Learn how U.S. elections work from start to finish.
Reuters partners with Facebook to deliver live U.S. election night results
Throughout election night, authoritative data delivered by Reuters will be shown on Facebook’s Voting information Center and shared in push notifications. This will include live election results charting real-time outcomes including vote tabulation, exit polls and winner projections from the National Election Pool (NEP), a consortium comprising the four biggest U.S. networks, ABC News, CBS News, CNN and NBC News, and Edison Research.