Donald Trump vs Joe Biden. Who is going to win the race for the White House in 2020?
The US Election 2020 Results appear to be out very soon. A tough contest is seen between incumbent President and Republican candidate Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden. However, Joe Biden has taken the lead in the results.
According to the trends so far, current President Donald Trump has captured 23 states while his main rival Joe Biden has captured 20 states. In current trends, incumbent President Trump is trailing Joe Biden in electoral votes. He received 213 votes while Biden received 238 votes. 270 votes are needed for the White House war.
US election 2020 polls
Donald Trump has won Florida and Montana according to US media. They have already won in Indiana, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Tenishi, and West Virginia, while Joe Biden has won the New York in addition to his home state of Delaware.
Apart from this, Washington which is the capital of the country has also gone to Biden’s account. The four Indian- origin candidates- Dr. Amy Bera, Pramila Jaipal, Ro Khanna, and Raja Krishnamurthy who contested for the lower house of the US Congress on a Democratic Party ticket, performed brilliantly in the US Election again won this.
This time in America, millions of people have already voted through mail or ballot before the day of voting. So far, 93 million people have voted through the ballot, which is two-thirds of the total of 138.8 million in 2016. This year, around 239 million people are eligible to vote.
The States of America where counting of votes is still going on. The final results of the US Presidential election are still not revealed. Counting of votes continues in 9 states. In which there is a fight of the thorn in some states. The counting of votes in 9 states is still going on. These states are;
- Uttar Carolina
Joe Biden is appearing to be on track for winning enough states. Incumbent President Donald Trump threatens to undermine the victory by challenging its legality in court. Trump’s legal challenge comes after it becomes clear that it would be difficult for the Republican to withstand a late blue surge in states such as Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
Who is ahead – Trump or Biden?
Joe Biden had the support of 70.5 million voters, while Mr. Trump has pulled in 67.2 million votes, four million more than he gained in 2016.
The US election 2020 race was badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday, a new record of 103,000 in a single day is recorded in the US, according to the Covid Tracking Project.
A judge in Georgia has dismissed a lawsuit by the US President Donald Trump. He made a campaign that was to ensure a coastal county was following state laws on processing absentee ballots, AP reported. Superior Court Judge James Bass did not provide any explanation for his decision on Thursday.
According to the latest report,
the gap of votes between the former vice president Joe Biden and Donald Trump is now 14,000. The lead has reduced by 3,289 votes. A Georgia poll official reportedly said that over 60,000 mail-in ballots are yet to be counted.
Joe Biden’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon said that the Democratic Candidate Joe Biden is leading the presidential candidate Donald Trump in the state of Pennsylvania.
Joe Biden’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley said that Our data shows that Joe Biden will be the next US president,” in a live-streamed press conference on Thursday.
Donald Trump campaign took legal action to challenge the counting of votes in few states, the Pennsylvania court allowed Trump campaign observers to “stand closer to watch ballot processing in Philadelphia”.
Joe Biden told reporters in Wilmington, Delaware: “When the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners.”I will govern as an American president. The presidency itself is not a partisan institution.”
While Senior Trump campaign Jason Miller has said that: “By the end of this week, it will be clear to the entire nation that President Trump and Vice-President Pence will be elected for another four years.”
US election 2020 polls: Can Trump win this time too?
Any Candidate needs about 270 Electoral College votes to win the White House. Mr. Biden has 253 Electoral College votes, while Mr. Trump has 214. According to the records, Joe Biden is leading now. To win, Trump must be needed to win Georgia (16 votes), North Carolina (15), Pennsylvania (20), and either Arizona (11) or Nevada (6) to prevail.
US election 2020 polls: No winner has been declared yet
Millions of votes are still to be counted, including in key battleground states.
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