AMERICA AWAITS: Presidential Race Remains Undecided

All eyes are on Pennslyvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia, and Nevada as battleground states continue to count votes on the morning after Election Day with no clear winner.

 

America and the world await the results of the 2020 presidential election as the race remains undecided and very tight on the morning after election night. As of the late morning on November 4, all attention is on a handful of battleground states where vote tallying is still underway.

 

Pennslyvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Georgia, and Nevada remain uncalled and will decide the fate of the election and who will take the White House on January 20, 2021.

 

Results are expected to be tabulated over the next few days, especially in Pennslyvania, Michigan, and North Carolina where ballots postmarked on November 3 will continue to be received and tabulated. In Nevada, where the results remain too close to call, there will be a one-day pause on counting new votes, delaying the results until Thursday morning, November 5. While we will almost certainly have some indication of the fate of the presidential election before the end of the week, the results will not be considered “official” until all ballots are counted in states with razor-thin margins, which will be expected sometime next week in several states.

 

In many of the battleground states where final tallies are still underway as of Wednesday morning, the trend seems to indicate they favor Biden over Trump, potentially giving him the electoral votes necessary to clinch the presidency. These states include Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nevada. However, other states, including Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennslyvania, that have also not been called and were deemed toss-up states, are tilting in favor of President Trump on Wednesday morning with hundreds of thousands of ballots yet to be counted.

 

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