The Democratic nominee, Joe Biden holds the lead in the Electoral College at this stage in the night, 224 to 213. Remember: 270 electoral votes are needed to become president. Speaking to reporters, the former vice president urged them to “Keep the faith, guys. We’re going to win this.”
Worldtopnewsng.com gathered that the former vice president has started to turn Wisconsin blue at the moment.
Meanwhile, counting is underway in Arizona and Georgia where Joe Biden appears to have made significant gains in Arizona, a state which Trump won in 2016. Georgia appeared at a standstill as officials in Fulton County, which includes Atlanta and its populous suburbs, said they would resume counting at resume at 8 a.m. ET
Longtime GOP Sens. Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham kept their seats and members of “The Squad” won re-election on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Alabama Sen. Doug Jones lost his reelection bid, allowing Republicans to pick up a seat.
This is how the balance of power in Congress is shaping up: