The Associated Press provided the election results, and The Times estimated the share of votes reported and the number of remaining votes. These estimates were based on historic turnout data and reporting from results providers. However, it is important to note that these are only estimates and may not be informed by reports from election officials. The Associated Press also provided estimates for the share of votes reported in races for which The Times did not publish its own estimates.
The production of this article involved the work of a large team, including Michael Andre, Cam Baker, Neil Berg, Michael Beswetherick, Matthew Bloch, Irineo Cabreros, Andrew Chavez, Nate Cohn, Lindsey Rogers Cook, Alastair Coote, Annie Daniel, Saurabh Datar, Leo Dominguez, Tiff Fehr, Andrew Fischer, Martín González Gómez, Will Houp, Jasmine C. Lee, Ilana Marcus, Jaymin Patel, Charlie Smart, Isaac White, and Christine Zhang. Additionally, the reporting was done by David W. Chen, Emily Cochrane, Nicholas Fandos, Emma G. Fitzsimmons, J. David Goodman, Jeffery C. Mays, Amelia Nierenberg, Rick Rojas, Dana Rubinstein, Edgar Sandoval, Tracey Tully, Michael Wines, and Kate Zernike. The editing was carried out by Wilson Andrews, Felice Belman, William P. Davis, Dean Chang, Amy Hughes, Ben Koski, Allison McCartney, Esha Ray, and Dagny Salas.
This extensive team collaborated to bring the election results to the public and ensure that the information provided was accurate and informative. It is a testament to the dedication of journalists and news organizations to keep the public informed and engaged in the democratic process.