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The Democratic Presidential candidate in the US elections Joe Biden is moving closer to projected electoral victory.
With this Joe Biden now breaks Barack Obama’s vote record, as Trump campaign challenges count in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
In the US, all eyes are on the vote count in key states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and North Carolina to decide the race for the White House.
Michigan, an important swing state, has been called for Democratic candidate Joe Biden said he believes he will win.
He flipped Arizona and Wisconsin, while taking California, Washington, New York and Illinois.
US President Donald Trump prematurely claimed victory and has continued to falsely claim that ballots counted after Election Day signal malfeasance.
He takes Florida, Ohio, Iowa, Missouri and Texas.
Authorities in Maricopa County have posted new vote totals, with Trump slashing Biden’s Arizona vote lead from 79,000 to under 69,000 – a gap of 2.4 percent – with 86 percent of precincts reported.
With the US election down to the wire, thousands of people took to the streets in cities across the country – Trump supporters rallied in Detroit and Phoenix calling for officials to stop ballot counting, while the president’s opponents in New York, Portland, Seattle and others marched demanded a complete tally of the ballots.
The US Presidential race is now down to close contests in five key states – Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, North Carolina and Alaska.
Biden, who has 264 electoral votes, has multiple paths to victory, while Trump, who has 214, would need to take all the remaining states.



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