Joe Biden wins US Presidential Elections


Democrat candidate Joe Biden clinched victory in the US Presidential elections, in a decisive win in Pennsylvania and Georgia, that will see him as the 46th President of the nation, ending a four year presidency of Donald Trump.

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Georgia votes trickling in, Biden leads by 4,020

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Joe Biden is leading Donald Trump in the Republican stronghold of Georgia: AP

Joe Biden takes the lead in Pennsylvania vote count Friday morning: NBC

Biden gains ground on Trump in Georgia and Pennsylvania, edges closer to White House: ToI

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Senator Kamala Harris of Indian origin inched closer to the magic figure of 270 Electoral College votes, even as incumbent Republican President Donald Trump moved ahead with his plan to mount a massive legal battle.

No clear presidential winner yet as ballots continue to be counted. 

Control of the White House and Senate are still close fights, with Democrats expected to retain their majority in the House: Politico

We feel good about where we are. We believe we are on track to win this election: Biden

I will be making a statement tonight. A big WIN!: Trump

“I am optimistic about this outcome…I am grateful to all my supporters. It's not over till every vote, every ballot is counted," Biden said in Delaware.

Donald Trump wins Florida: Associated Press 

President Trump wins Ohio: Associated Press

Joe Biden is projected to win in New Hampshire, Colorado, New York and California, according to AP, ABC and NBC. Donald Trump is expected to win South Carolina, Alabama, Nebraska and Kansas, according to AP, ABC and NBC

Polls have closed along the West Coast as officials continue to count ballots in key swing states.

Donald Trump wins Wyoming. Joe Biden wins Washington.

As election day is drawing to a close in the United States, reports suggest that Democrat Joe Biden is leading as he maintains a large Electoral College advantage over President Donald Trump. The latest reports stated that Joe Biden is leading with 192 votes while Donald Trump trails at 114. Trump and Biden are competing for 538 electoral votes. All 435 House seats and 35 Senate seats are up for election. In the weeks leading up to Tuesday, at least 100 million early votes were cast, says ABC News.