Biden overtakes Trump in Georgia

Washington (AP) – Latest on presidential campaign (All time local):

4:40 pm

Democrat Joe Biden is now leading Georgia President Donald Trump on the battlefield.

As of Friday morning, Biden overtook Trump in the number of ballots counted on the battlefield, which has long been a Republican stronghold for Trump. Now Biden has gained 917 votes.

The competition is still too soon to call the Associated Press. Thousands of ballots are still to be counted – in several counting where the former Vice President was the chief.

AP’s analysis showed that Biden’s vote margin increased as the counties favored the mail ballot.

There is a possibility that the race may go to an outcome. Under Georgia law, if the difference between Biden and Trump is below half a percentage point of the difference, a request may be made.


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