Updated Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
As of early Wednesday morning, the Associated Press has not yet called for a presidential race in North Carolina.
The state, which received 15 electoral college votes, was one of the hardest-fought in the election. It was particularly immersed in advertising due to its rival Senate and Cubernatorial campaigns. North Carolina went over 3 points in 2016 for Donald Trump.
View live results for North Carolina races for president, governor, senate and council.
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