November 4, 2020

Special Edition: The Evening After
Election Day
Biden, Flipping Michigan and Wisconsin, Says It’s ‘Clear’ He Will Reach 270
Why Share It: Vice President Biden has won Michigan and Wisconsin, and is currently leading in Arizona and Nevada, providing a clear path to 270 electoral votes if current trends hold up.

Biden Says He Is Confident of Victory, Stresses Unity in Afternoon Remarks
Why Share It: Vice President Biden said on Wednesday that he is on track to win 270 electoral votes, noting positive results in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. He emphasized his intention to unify the country once the election is decided.
Battleground Vote Count Heats Up in Tight Race Between Trump and Biden
The Wall Street Journal
Why Share It: Vice President Biden has been declared the winner in both Michigan and Wisconsin. President Trump’s campaign has responded by filing a lawsuit in Michigan to temporarily halt the vote count. The campaign said it will seek a recount in Wisconsin.

Joe Biden makes history with total votes received, beating Barack Obama's record 
USA Today
Why Share It: While hundreds of thousands of outstanding ballots remain to be counted, Vice President Biden has received over 70 million votes, the most for any presidential candidate in U.S. history. Because of population growth and record turnout, President Trump may also make history by eventually accumulating the second-highest vote total among all current and former presidential candidates.

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