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The race for the White House is too close to call, but contests are tightening in the key states of Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania.
Ballots are still being counted in several battlegrounds, with elections officials expected to provide updates throughout the night Australian time.
If you’re just catching up, here’s what you need to know about the race:
Joe Biden notches critical wins: Biden won the key states of Michigan and Wisconsin, fulfilling his promise to rebuild the Democrats’ “blue wall” in the Midwest that Donald Trump demolished in 2016.
Nevada to release more results: Nevada election officials, who released very little information on Wednesday local time with an estimated 200,000 ballots outstanding, said they expected to report their newest batch of results at midday Thursday (Friday morning in Australia).
Trump’s lead narrows: As hundreds of thousands of mail-in and early absentee votes are being counted in the key battleground of Pennsylvania, Trump’s lead has shrunk dramatically.
Many of those outstanding votes are mail-in ballots that were returned in the heavily Democratic area of Philadelphia. The race is also narrowing in Georgia, where Trump’s lead slipped throughout Wednesday’s count.
Georgia’s Fulton County – home to the state’s capital Atlanta – continued counting ballots through