On Election Night, many were glued to their television screens as results started to pour in. With memories of elections past dictating what we should expect, we grew anxious as state after state was called for either candidate. Then, as we entered the early hours of November 4th, everything seemed to stop.
More than a week later, while many outlets have called the race for Joe Biden with a projected majority of at least 279 electoral votes, several states still haven’t been called. Several other states took days to provide any further information regarding who had actually won on November 3rd. What happened?
Arizona (yet to be called)
The state of Arizona, home to a contentious presidential and Senate battle fueled (at least in part) by Trump’s turbulent relationship with the McCain family, has still yet to be called for either candidate by many outlets. According to the New York Times, with more than 98% of estimated votes reported,