I need a comprehensive dataset showing when individual votes were cast and for whom across the USA in the 2020 general election. I can find totals on the county websites and presidential candidate totals by county, but what I need at a minimum is a dataset that includes the timelines of all updates from each precinct during the vote-counting process. That is, what were the actual numbers of votes for each candidate reported by each precinct, and when were they reported? I think it is likely that many journalistic sites had access to this info but I have not found it publicly available anywhere. (It should be made public.) If possible I need a dataset that includes anonymized voter IDs and the complete ballot contents, (including rejected ballots and why they were rejected, e.g., whether a signature match succeeded or failed), and very importantly, their source (mail-in, drop-off, or voted in person). Timestamped data would be greatly preferred, including if possible, the marked time of receipt and the time each ballot was tabulated.
The icing on the cake would be to find historic voter counts and ballot details (and if possible, correlated IDs) for past elections for comparison.
Anyone know of a public dataset I can obtain that fits any substantial part of this description?