US election result 2020: Donald Trump gets Florida boost, leads Biden in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania
First Published 4, Nov 2020, 9:42 AM
So far, Biden has won 13 states and Trump 16. But, Biden's national tally is higher with 131 electoral votes compared to Trump's 108.
With polls closed across the East Coast, President Donald Trump and Democrat challenger Joe Biden are projected to win in their states, while the focus shifts to key states such as Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.
President Donald Trump has won Indiana, according to CNN, and is leading in the swing states of Florida and Georgia, indicating early counting trends, while his Democratic challenger Joe Biden closes the gap in New York, North Carolina and Colorado.
Biden has won in Virginia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts while Trump is home in states like Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina and Tennessee, according to the New York Times.
President Donald Trump has won the state of Missouri. The Republican nominee on Tuesday was awarded its 10 electoral votes, AP reported.
An intense contest is on in Florida and its 29 Electoral College votes. There, Trump is reportedly overperforming his 2016 vote totals in Miami-Dade County, according to NYT. Florida is critical for Trump to hit the 270 votes to secure re-election.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wins in New Mexico, CNN projections say. However, US President Donald Trump leads in states of Michigan, Pennsylvania Wisconsin, and Georgia.
So far, Biden has won 13 states and Trump 16. But, Biden's national tally is higher with 209 electoral votes compared to Trump's 118.