US Elections 2020 : Biden leads in electoral voting, while Trump wins in 12 of 22 states so far
Washington : The counting of votes for the new president of the United States has begun. So far, 22 of the 50 states’ result have come in which Trump won 12 and Biden won in 10 states. Democrat Biden is ahead of Trump in the electoral vote. Joe Biden has received 129 electoral votes so far, while Trump has received 94 electoral votes. The total number of electors in the United States is 538 and the number for the majority is 270. Security has been beefed up at the White House in the wake of the voting. Strict security arrangements are done.
Will Republican nominee Donald Trump win the new US presidential election for the second time or will Democrat Joe Biden win? This has caught the attention of the whole world. In this, Trump has claimed by tweeting that he will win.
Easy for me to win, hard to lose – Trump
Thanking the American people, Trump tweeted, “We are in a good position throughout the country. Voting begins in the United States. Everyone should vote. It’s easy for me to win but hard to digest defeat,” he said.
Earlier, Donald Trump tweeted that the US economy had grown the fastest at 33.1 percent during his administration. He said next year would be the greatest economic year in U.S. history.
The United States has seen a record turnout for the presidency this year. According to media reports, Oregon is the fifth state in the United States to have more votes than in the 2016 election. At the time, 100 million Americans had already cast their ballots by postal election. This is expected to lead to a record turnout this year. All eyes are on whether Republican nominee Donald Trump will win for the second time or Democrat nominee Joe Biden. Elections are being held simultaneously in all 50 states in the United States. About 24 crore voters will exercise their right to vote.