Former Vice President, Joe Biden, once again, took a giant step toward the White House by overtaking President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania in the latest round of votes to come in from that state.
Biden now has 3,925,304 to Trump’s 3,289,717 votes which means he now leads with 5,587 votes. Pennsylvania has 20 electoral votes, a win for Biden in the state will take the former Vice President to the 273 electoral college votes as he is currently on 253 to Trump’s 213. The state has about 2,600,000 mail-in votes, out for which about 1,500,000 are Democrats. The delays in the counting has been attributed to the record numbers of mail-in votes, which is taking time to be opened and counted.
Biden also leads in the state with 2,449,371 votes to Trump’s 2,448,454 votes agter canceling Trump’s earlier lead.
In Arizona, the Democrat candidate has maintained his lead with 1,528,319 votes to Trump’s 1,482,062 votes from the 90% of the votes declared so far.
Biden also maintains lead in Nevada with 604,251 votes to Trump’s 592,813. Only 84% of votes cast have been counted in the state.