Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has pulled ahead in another key state, Wisconsin. Reported by CBS News.
After processing all ballots: Biden has 49.5 percent of the vote, while incumbent President Donald Trump has 48.8 percent.
November 3 is general election day in the United States. Citizens elect a president and vice president, and 35 senators, the entire House of Representatives, 13 governors and local government representatives will be elected. The current head of state, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, who served as vice president under Barack Obama, are fighting for the top post.
The vote count has not yet been officially completed; in many states, the difference between the candidates is tenths of a percent. So far, Biden has 238 electoral votes, and Trump has 214. Despite the fact that the final results of the presidential election are not yet, Trump has already congratulated his voters on the victory. Biden’s headquarters also expressed confidence in victory.