The chart below shows the 2020 Election results, with the chart being updated regularly.

It shows the candidates with the most votes, with Green Party candidate Jill Stein winning more votes than any other candidate.

The chart below is updated monthly, which means it includes the most recent results for all states and territories.

The charts below include the latest results from the United States Election Results website, which is a collaborative project between The Conversation and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

The 2019 Chart, which was published in July, shows that Donald Trump won the presidency with more than 1.5 million votes, followed by Hillary Clinton, with more then 3.2 million votes.

This is the first time in American history that a US president has lost the popular vote to a non-voting candidate, as Trump did in 2020.

The US constitution guarantees that the popular votes will be used to elect the president, while the electoral college votes are supposed to represent the “consensus of the electors”.

Trump won the electoral vote by less than 1% of the total votes cast.

Clinton won the popular, but the electoral votes were split, with her winning the popular and the electoral districts by a margin of less than 0.8%.

The 2018 Chart, published in April, showed that Republican candidate and former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump secured the White House, beating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by more than 2.5m votes.

The 2018 Election Results are published annually by The Conversation.