The race to The White House is tightening. The two main contenders, President Donald Trump (Republican Party) and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are trailing behind the 270 mark.
270 or more are the electoral votes a candidate is expected to amass from the electoral college for them to be declared president of the US.
Donald Trump, who soon after the Tuesday, November 3, poll claimed the vote was rigged in Biden's favour, has already filed lawsuits in places like Georgia.
According to Trump, who is trailing at a distance behind Biden, poll workers continued counting mailed-in votes which were presented even after official polling hours.
Biden who appears to be on the lead has called for calm and has expressed optimism of ascending to The White House even as tension continues to mount across the US.
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Donald Trump files lawsuit, insists poll is rigged
President Donald Trump, whose chances of remaining at The White House are shrinking fast by the minute, has gone to court to contest elections in Georgia and two other places.
He has claimed poll workers have been counting "dumped" ballots in favour of Biden, the "disenfranchising" the electorate.
Trump, who has been trampled upon on the electoral college by Biden, has remained firm that he is the legitimate winner of the election.
Joe Biden confident he is winning election
Joe Biden has continued to ask his supporters to be patient as counting of ballots continues.
He has, however, expressed hope that he is winning the historic poll.
The Democratic candidate is leading on the electoral college map with 253 ahead of Trump who is at 213.