US Votes Counting, Joe Biden Inch Win

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Biden so far has secured 264 electoral votes after winning the state of Michigan, while Trump has 214 electoral votes. 270 electoral votes are required to be declared the winner.

As votes after winning the state of Michigan, while Trump has 214 electoral votes. 270 electoral votes are required to be declared the winner.

The Trump campaign has alleged for months that fraud may result from the mail-in ballot process, as a last-minute count delivered a narrow win to the president’s rival in Michigan. On Wednesday, the campaign filed lawsuits in the key toss-up states of Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania in order to stop the counting of ballots.

Biden is inching towards 270 college votes to be outright winner.Biden in cusp of enter White house, 253 college votes

Biden to win Wisconsin, Michigan

Trump close count. Trump supporters protest Arizona.

214 College votes

An international election observer mission to the US has concluded there was no evidence of election fraud, and that the vote was “competitive and well managed,” despite “logistical challenges” as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michigan Court rejects the Trump Campaign Request to halt absentee vote count.

A Georgia Court did same this morning.

As votes continue to be counted in Georgia, the difference between President Trump and former Vice President Biden continues to shrink.

Biden on cusp of be in White House.

Protest across US, Trump supporters, Arizona.

Race on Gerorgia. Arizona, Michigan

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) noted statements made by President Donald Trump about deficiencies within the country’s electoral system were baseless and eroded trust in democracy. 

“Baseless allegations of systematic deficiencies, notably by the incumbent president, including on election night, harm public trust in democratic institutions,” Michael Georg Link, the leader and special coordinator of the short-term OSCE observer mission, said in a statement Wednesday. 

Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that the US electoral system is vulnerable to voter fraud.

“Nobody no politician, no elected official should limit the people’s right to vote,DW

Obama first, next is another black Kamala Harris, 57, has scripted history by becoming the first African American and Black to become the vice presidential candidate of a major political party on way to win.

President Donald Trump has launched legal action over the US election as he tries to temporarily stop vote counting in two states, and wants a recount in a third where his rival Joe Biden has apparently won.

Maricopa County, Arizona Of the 62,002 ballots counted, 57.9% went to @realDonaldTrump and 40.5% to Biden. Net gain of 10,783 for POTUS

Biden ahead in Nevada, need to win Georgia counting result key to either of two and Pennsylvania trend Trump.

GEORGIA – 16 electoral votes

Donald Trump: 49.6% – 2,430,156 Joe Biden: 49.2% – 2,407,589 Reporting: 98%

Joe Biden is one state away from 270 electoral votes and being elected President of the United States. Biden

Million of votes still to be counted.

Trump and Biden embattled ballot in cliffhanger finish.

Trump 214

Nevada -6 votes

75% counted Biden lead 7,647 votes

North Carolina -15 votes ,

94% counted Trump lead 76,701

Georgia -16 votes

98% counted Trump lead 28,520 votes

Pennsylvanian- 20 votes evenly poised between two candidates.

89% counted Trump lead 1,64,418 votes

Biden 264 and Trump 214

Biden emerge 264 and Trump with 214 electoral college votes,it stands now, after winning #Michigan, only 6 Electoral College votes remain for Joe Biden to become the next US president, which means that if he wins #Nevada, he’ll claim the presidency.⁠

Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania and #NorthCarolina, Alaska, have not yet been called, as votes are still being counted.⁠

Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania to contest vote counts.

Races in Alaska, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia and North Carolina have not yet been called as counting is still on.

United States, counting of votes is underway for the keenly contested Presidential election. States like Pennsylvannia, North Carolina, Arizona and Georgia remain too close to call.

According to CNN, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden leads the race with 253 seats while incumbent President Donald Trump leads with 213 seats.

In the 538-member electoral college, the winner needs 270 seats to be declared as the eventual winner.

The key battleground of Pennsylvania may not have their final tally today.

Donald Trump’s lead in Georgia drops below 40,000 votes as ballot counting continues.

Nevada election officials say they expect to release more election results tomorrow from the battleground state where six electoral votes hang in the balance.

The Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolf said, Philadelphia’s ballot counting process is an open and transparent one.

President Trump claimed some legitimate tallying efforts should stop and tried to assert victory in the election while Mr Biden urged patience as the votes continued to be counted.

The margin between Trump and Biden has now narrowed to almost one per cent.

The outcome of the US Presidential election is on a knife edge, with Mr Trump and his rival Mr Biden neck and neck in key swing states.

President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden both won states they were expected to win in their bid for a majority in the Electoral College that determines who wins the Presidency in the country’s indirect form of democracy.

Published by Naresh Sagar

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