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Biden overtakes Trump in Georgia. Live updates

With the count of votes, literally, the dropper, the Democratic candidate has just overtaken the Republican in Georgia and is a little more comfortable in his leadership of the state of Nevada.

However, judges in the states of Georgia and Michigan rejected the Republican campaign’s actions. Republicans have complained about the lack of transparency in the ballot counting process and denounce an attempt by the Democrats to electoral fraud. Shares remain open in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Joe Biden breaks voting records. Since yesterday he has been the most voted candidate ever in the US presidential election. The current Democratic candidate passed the figures for Barack Obama in 2008, who was at the top of the list so far.

In an election with record participation, Biden has already accumulated at least 73 308 931 votes, 50.5% of the total, surpassing the number reached by Barack Obama in 2008 (69,498,516). Republican Donald Trump, on the other hand, has 69 541 201 votes (47.9%), a number that is second only to Biden in 2020, having surpassed Obama’s results in 2008 (Data until 10:30 am Macau time) .

In an election with record participation, Biden has already accumulated at least 73 488 248 votes, 50.5% of the total, surpassing the number reached by Barack Obama in 2008 (69,498,516). Republican Donald Trump, on the other hand, has 69 622 407 votes (47.8%), a number that is second only to Biden in 2020, having surpassed Obama’s results in 2008 (Data until 6 pm Macau time).

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