Finally! After days of counting votes and getting into fierce battles, the United States (US) presidential candidate from the Democratic Party, Joe Biden finally wins the 2020 US presidential election. Biden wins after obtaining 290 electoral votes, following his narrow victory in the state.
As reported by Fox News, Saturday (7/11/2020), the latest tally of data from Fox News shows Biden wins over incumbent Donald Trump in Pennsylvania by gaining 49.7 percent of the vote, with Trump picking up 49.2 percent of the vote.
With his victory in a state that has 16 electoral votes, Biden has made 290 electoral votes while his rival, Donald Trump has just made 214 electoral votes. It is known that it took 270 electoral votes – out of a total of 538 electoral votes – to win the US presidential election.
Previously, there were five states that were the last contest for Biden and Trump. The five states are: Nevada (6 electoral votes), Alaska (3 electoral votes), Georgia (16 electoral votes), North Carolina (15 electoral votes), and Pennsylvania (20 electoral votes).
From previous Fox News data, it is known that Biden excelled in Nevada, while Trump excelled in Alaska, Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, although then Biden’s position turned over to Trump in Georgia, and finally managed to become the winner.
In this presidential election, the two presidential candidates have competed fiercely to win electoral votes. The difference between the two electoral votes was even narrow.
Congratulations to Joe Biden!