Biden called for unity in his speech in Wilmington, Delaware. Ballots are still being counted in the states across the country.


USA TODAY information on the 2020 election continues this weekend as states work to complete the vote count.

All eyes continue to be on the battlefield states that will ultimately decide the election. Remember to refresh this page regularly to get the latest information on how things are going.

USA TODAY will have direct national voting results.

Biden is still close to the required number of electoral college votes

Democratic candidate Joe Biden still needs six or more electoral college votes to propel him up to the required 270 required for presidential election.

As it stands, Biden has won 264 electoral votes from the presidential races in the called states, and President Donald Trump has won 214 electoral votes. Biden could reach the threshold with victory in one of the following states: Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania or North Carolina. Trump will need to win in all of those states.

“We don’t have a final claim yet, a win, but the numbers tell us a clear and convincing story: We will win this race,” said the Democratic candidate. know in Friday night’s speech.

What states have yet to be named?

While there are a few states still counting votes, eyes are on some of the battlefield states that have yet to be verified: Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Alaska has also not been called but most likely won’t go for Trump.

In Georgia, Biden grabbed the lead over President Donald Trump early Friday morning. More than 4,000 votes currently separate the two candidates, or about 0.1%, by 4am EST Saturday. Georgia Foreign Minister Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said Friday morning the state would recount because of low electoral margins.

Nevada, meanwhile, has counted about 87% of its vote, with results still coming from Clark County, the state’s most populous county leaning Democrats. Biden is leading the state with almost two percentage points, with more than 22,600 votes. Updates are expected throughout the weekend.

Than: Why is the vote count in Nevada dragging on?

Pennsylvania saw Biden leading with a margin of 0.4%, more than 28,800 votes. He edged ahead of Trump on Friday as the results were updated with a strong support for the former vice president by mail.

North Carolina, where Biden still has more than 70,000 votes, remains unsurprising as election officials prepare to count the late absentees in the coming days. The result may not be final in another week as election officials count if there may be more than 150,000 absentee votes.

Trump seeks to undermine Biden’s lead with an uncertain legal strategy

Trump’s tweets on Friday suggest he sees the court as the best pathway to re-election, but experts say lawsuits during his campaign in battlefield states lack a clear strategy. clear.

“I had such a big lead in all of these states on election night, only to see the leaders magically disappear as the days passed,” Trump tweeted, reiterating. The claim has been widely publicized for several days. “Perhaps these potential clients will return as our legal proceedings move forward!”

Trump’s new campaign: Series of electoral lawsuits to seek strategy

Trump’s initial lead was reversed in key states because of the direct vote count, pre-voting date and Trump supporters. But after the president spent months making unsubstantiated claims that vote by mail resulted in widespread fraud, the record number of mail ballots was enough to put Biden in the lead in most battles. school remaining.

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