US election presidential results: Joe Biden takes early lead in tight race for White House

US election presidential results: Joe Biden takes early lead in tight race for White House

The polls are closing fast in the US after the Tuesday, November 3, General Election. Election results are trickling-in in quick succession, and at the moment, Democrat Joe Biden appears to be leading.

US election presidential results: Joe Biden takes early lead in tight race for White House

Incumbent US President Donald Trump (r) of the Republican Party. Photo: Donald Trump.
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Section of experts had predicted that Biden will start leading based on the assumption that most votes that will be counted first in most states are absentee ballots.

Most people who participated in early voting were leaning towards Biden's Democratic Party.

US election presidential results: Joe Biden takes early lead in tight race for White House

Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden (r) and his wife Jill Biden (l). Photo: Joe Biden.
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Most of President Donald Trump's supporters, however, chose to vote Tuesday and this is expected to interestingly change the way the electoral map will be shaping itself during the day.

Among places Biden appears to have more votes than Trump include North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania as Trump leads in Virginia, Georgia, Wisconsin and Florida.

This is, however, expected to change as more polls close.

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Electoral College: Biden-205, Trump-114

From 192, Joe Biden has jumped 13 places and currently has 205 votes on the electoral map.

President Donald Trump is trailing the Democrat distantly with 114.

Electoral College: Biden-192, Trump-114

As of 7.24am EAT, Democrat Biden was leading on the electoral college map with 192 votes ahead of Republican Donald Trump's 114.

A candidate that will accumulate 270 or more electoral votes will be declared the winner.

These figures will change as more polls close.

Source: Yen News

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