President-elect Joe Biden (D)
Senator Mitch McConnell (R)
Across the nation on November 3, 2020, citizens voted for national, state and elected officials. The results of the Presidential election kept many Americans on edge for days. President-elect Joe Biden and his running mate, vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris, were announced as the projected winners. The title of President-elect is a descriptive phrase for the projected winner until the national inaugural ceremong on January 20, 2021. Until that time, the President-elect holds no powers nor authority within the federal government.
President Donald Trump, who has not conceded a loss in the Presidential election, remains in control of all presidential powers untill noon on January 20, 2020. The President is contesting the Nov. 3 election through lawsuits, claiming that vote-counting irregularities in several states where Biden won narrow pluralities & all their electoral votes, would reverse the result & hand him a second term.
Nonetheless, President-elect Biden is moving forward with a Transition Team and is announcing plans concerning handling of the COVID19 pandemic and other national matters. This short film discusses ideas for moving forward after the divisive election.
Rep. Garland Hale Barr, IV (R)
Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris (D)
Frankfort & Franklin County's Representatives in the Kentucky General Assembly
Frankfort & Franklin County's 2021 Representatives in Washington
2020 Election Results, by State
Click here for an interactive version of the map (below) of US states' election results, by state, since 1992. In each year, one can click on the map of each state to see voting results for that state.
Franklin County and Frankfort City Officials Elected or Re-elected on November 3, 2020
Click on each elected official's name for link to duties of the office & contact info.