It took a full four days for enough votes counted to be able to declare a winner of the presidential race. Here’s how each candidate moved toward the magic number of 270 votes needed in the Electoral College to win.

Each state’s Electoral College vote tally is equal to the total number of representatives it has in the U.S. Senate and House.

Want to wind back the clock? The interactive below is from before Election Day. You can use it to run scenarios for states that have already been called.