victory for the American people.

 Democratic challenger Joe Biden called for the need for unity. “I’m confident that we will emerge victorious. But this will not be my victory alone. It will be a victory for the American people,” he said. He emphasized that every vote must be counted. “No one’s going to take away our democracy from us,” Biden said in his address, in an apparent referrence to vote fraud allegations made by President Donald Trump. 


Democrat Joe Biden is pushing nearer to the 270 Electoral College votes wished to raise the White House, securing victories in the "blue wall" battlegrounds of Wisconsin and Michigan, and narrowing President Donald Trump's path. With simply a handful of states – Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina and Alaska – but to be called, Trump has tried to press his case in courtroom in some key swing states. It used to be uncertain if any of his campaign's criminal maneuvering over balloting would be successful in transferring the race in his favour.

Two days after Election Day, neither candidate has accrued the votes wished to win the White House. But Biden's victories in the Great Lakes states, inclusive of Arizona which CNN has now not but referred to as for the former vice president, left him at 264, which means he was once one battleground nation away — any would do — from turning into president-elect. Trump, with 213 electoral votes, confronted a a whole lot greater hurdle. To attain 270, he wished to declare all 4 ultimate battlegrounds: Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and Nevada. 

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