The 2020 US presidential election will reach a climax when the final votes are counted in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and elsewhere, PTI reports. The US presidential election remains undecided, as it draws the nation’s attention to the battleground states that continue to deliver mail-in ballots that will decide who becomes the next president.
All eyes will be on Pennsylvania, Georgia and Nevada to see if they can announce their likely presidential winners. Fox News is likely to be the first to call for Biden to do so, even though he won in Pennsylvania and Georgia, where the results could be available as early as next week, according to the Associated Press.
After the convention, the news channel will have reporters from around the country in Milwaukee, including Fox News correspondent Mike Tobin. On Tuesday, Fox News announced that MacCallum and Baier will host Democracy 2020, a live hourly program, on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on Fox and Fox Business Network.
While Sky TV has not yet received a full report on its plans for Election Day 2020, Sky News will continue its coverage of the Democratic convention in Cleveland, Ohio, after the final results have been announced.
Democratic challenger Joe Biden leads Republican incumbent Donald Trump by 264 electoral college votes (214 to 214). Most news outlets are behaving as if we are heading into Friday and the weekend when the final results of the 2016 US presidential election are yet to be announced. While the AP and other news outlets were wrong to award Arizona to Mr. Biden, a win in Iowa and Nevada would indicate that Mr. Biden is on his way to the White House.
Both the AP and Fox cited Arizona as Mr. Biden’s home state in the final days of the 2016 presidential election. While Fox News, the first to report on the swing, first reported the state was trembling with the former vice president’s swing to the Republican Party and Mr. Trump’s swing.
Georgia tightened in the final days of the 2016 election when Trump won the state’s 16 electoral votes by just 5 points. In 2016, Trump won by a whopping 38 votes, 38 of which were won by Trump, according to the Associated Press and Fox News.
Trump won Florida, Ohio, Texas, among other states, while Biden won Arizona, Minnesota and New Hampshire. The Associated Press, which works with Fox News on voter analyses and polls to determine election outcomes, also gave Biden Arizona. Biden won the state of Arizona by a whopping 38 votes in the final days of the 2016 election, according to the AP. In 2016, the Democrat won the state with 50.7 percent of the vote, AP reported, with a margin of error of just 2.5 points.
Polls on the eve of the 2016 presidential election showed Trump with a 2.5-point margin of error over Clinton in Arizona. Trump, who was trailing by about 8 points in the state when he won in November 2016, has had a much harder time in other states such as Florida, Texas and Michigan.
Biden only needs to win in Pennsylvania, which has 20 electoral college votes to be elected the next president of the United States. Biden has not won a presidential race, but he has expressed support for President Donald Trump’s bid for the White House. Will Biden’s recent claims be challenged in these states, or does he express his belief that he does not need to claim victory and claim it in a presidential campaign?
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