Democratic candidate Joe Biden is close to winning the US presidential election, as he is separated from the White House by only one state vote that will be the decisive factor for the most convergent elections in America’s history.
And the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, as of writing the news, received 264 votes from the electoral college in the US presidential elections, leaving him six votes to be decided in the coming hours.
With the victory of the state of Michigan, Biden needs to adhere to his meager supremacy in western Nevada, nicknamed “the silver state”, to reach 270 electoral votes and win the presidential race at Donald Trump’s expense.
As of Wednesday, Biden beats Trump in Nevada by 49.3 percent to 48.7 percent.
Biden suffices to win Nevada, which represents 6 votes in the electoral college, to get 270 votes, noting that President Trump’s balance stopped at 214 votes.
Neither candidate expected that Nevada, which has only 6 electoral votes and the candidates usually do not pay much attention to, would be the defining state in this year’s elections.
Biden’s victory in Nevada will mean that he will be the 46th president of the United States, while his defeat to the president in the state will mean that the Democratic candidate must reverse the results of Georgia or North Carolina, in which Trump excels, which is unlikely.
On the other hand, President Donald Trump’s campaign sees that the state of Nevada (originally affiliated with the Democratic camp) has voted by a narrow margin, but President Trump has given him the six votes, and thus he will inevitably need to win Pennsylvania and turn the tables completely on Biden.