Presidential Race Coming Down To The Wire.
Check out this statistic - at least 101.2 million people voted early in the presidential election between President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. That is record folks. The highest voter turnout EVER. What a great thing to be proud of, some people may say "What's the big deal, my vote won't make a difference" - that's that wrong attitude, and by judging from the results of just how many people cast their vote. the masses disagree with the negativity. The important thing is that we all have a say, and we are all given the privilege to vote. As of 3 pm East Coast Time this afternoon, There are still states left undecided in the race for President. According to the New York Times, some of the states are still too close to call, they’re tilting in Biden’s direction for now. Here is a quick rundown - There are still states left undecided in the presidential race: Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. An update on Wisconsin - Joe Biden was declared the winner Wednesday afternoon, with a lead of more than 20,000 votes, not far from President Trump’s winning margin (0.7 of a point) here in 2016. The Trump campaign says it will ask for a recount, but that would be a large deficit to make up. Nevada - Biden has a narrow lead, All of the Election Day votes has been counted, and now only Democratic-leaning late mail and provisional ballots remain. Nevada election officials said no more results would be released until noon Eastern on Thursday.
Alaska could be the last state to be called because officials won't even start counting mail ballots for another week. For more on this story click here.
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