- The presidential race in between Donald Trump and Joe Biden remains uncertain as the last votes are counted in the battleground states of America.
- As it stands, Joe Biden has 227 electoral votes and Donald Trump has 213 votes.
- Below, we’ll discuss what needs to take place for either prospect to win.
By the end of the day on November 8th, 2016, it was all however particular that Donald Trump would be the next President of the United States. On the early morning of November fourth, 2020, there is far less certainty when it concerns the governmental contest between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, with eight states that still remain uncalled: Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Maine’s 2nd congressional district.
As of 8: 00 a.m. ET, Biden has 227 confirmed electoral votes to Trump’s 213 votes. As quickly as one prospect reaches 270 electoral votes, they will win the election, however we still do not understand when the uncalled states will have the ability to offer a last tally. What we do know is