What time are the 2020 election results out, and how can I follow the presidential race on the night?
Then votes are counted in each state, with a running total usually updated live.
US media outlets will attempt to predict which candidate has won a state by judging a majority when they believe a candidate can no longer be beaten. These are provisional while mail-in ballots are counted.
The election was called by 2.30am EST (7.30am GMT) in 2016, when Donald Trump gained a victory in Wisconsin, pushing him over to the 270 votes he needed to win.
How can I follow the race in the UK?
The Telegraph will have a US Election livestream running from 10am GMT on Tuesday November 3 through the night until a winner is announced.
You can watch our livestream covering the election results and key moments on the Telegraph website, and also on our YouTube channel.
We will also be running a liveblog throughout the election week, bringing you the latest updates and expert commentary from our team over in the US.