US Election Update: Biden builds momentum with lead in Georgia
Joe Biden has edged ahead of Donald Trump in Georgia by about 900 ballots, with only a few thousand votes left to count.
With its 16 electoral votes, winning the state would put Biden just one shy of the crucial 270 thresholds needed to win the presidency.
It would also deny Donald Trump a straight victory. Even if he won all the remaining states – which as it stands looks unlikely – he would only be able to take 269 electoral college votes, leaving the candidates in an unprecedented draw.
Taking Georgia would be a momentous shift. Since 1964 the Peach State has only voted for a Democratic presidential candidate four times, the last time for Bill Clinton in 1992. If it does opt for Biden this year, Georgia would be an island of blue in a sea of red on the electoral map, surrounded by Republican states.
Many online are giving credit for the potential shift to Stacey Abrams. The Democrat ran for governor in 2018, and while she lost, she has spent the intervening two years campaigning there for her party.
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