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WASHINGTON, 07 November, 2020, (TON): With the race to 270 electoral votes still too close to call, Joe Biden pulled ahead in Wisconsin and Michigan while President Donald Trump maintained his leads in North Carolina and Georgia.
Biden held a 253-214 electoral vote advantage over Trump, with final vote counts in the other battleground states to determine the winner.
Biden remains on 253 Electoral College votes in the race to 270. He needs: Pennsylvania (20) or two of Arizona (11), Georgia (16), Nevada (6) and North Carolina (15)
Biden predicts victory as he leads over Trump as the race for the White House is coming down to who wins the few remaining battleground states.
Trump still convinced battle is 'not over' more than 72 hours after Election Day. He is on 214 and needs Pennsylvania and three of Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and North Carolina to win or potentially tie.
Biden's campaign team is said to be feeling "elated" about developments, while Mr Trump's team has made unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.
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