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Early results show Biden advancing by 50.2% compared to 48.3% for Trump

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Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.
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CNN reported that the partial screening results so far show that the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, has advanced by 50.2% compared to 48.3% for the Republican candidate Donald Trump.

The Democratic candidate in the US presidential elections, Joe Biden, expressed his optimism about the final result in the elections, and Biden said in statements carried by Sky News: “It is not me or Trump who announces the election results.”

And the Nevada State Election Commission announced that early ballot papers that arrived on Tuesday, and those that have not yet arrived by mail, will not be counted, and American sources said that the counting operations in Nevada will stop until Thursday morning.

NBFI

President Donald Trump is competing in the US elections for the Republican Party, hoping to win a second presidential term, while Joe Biden, former US Vice President Barack Obama, represents the Democratic Party in those elections.

The two candidates, Trump and Biden, hold different visions in many files, foremost of which is the Corona crisis, economic management, the file of migrants, border security, and others, which has created a state of discrepancy in the opinion polls that predict the outcome of the US elections 2020.

The president of the United States is chosen by the electoral college system, whose number is 538, and in order for the candidate to become a winner, he must extract 270 or more votes from the electoral college votes, and as for the vote-counting mechanism, it is carried out according to the winner’s rule, all in the sense that if any candidate wins the largest percentage From the votes in a state, he gets all the votes of the electoral college for it, which explains why a candidate can become a winner of the election result even though he gets fewer popular votes.

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