6 states results hold US presidential poll winner

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As the counting of the ballots entered the second day on Thursday, anxiety and tension have heightened in the United States as six states held the emergence of the election winner.

As of Thursday night, Arizona (11 votes), Nevada (6 votes), Georgia (16 votes), Pennsylvania (20 votes) Wisconsin (10 votes) and Michigan (16 votes) were being awaited.

While has scored 253 points, Donald Trump is trailing behind with 213 points. The winner has score 270 points in the emerge .

If gets Nevada, Arizona and Wisconsin in addition Michigan, he gets his 270 votes.

Trump, however, will need Pennsylvania’s votes and win three states out of Georgia, North Carolina, Nevada or Arizona.

The Trump campaign has attacked the integrity of the voting with lawsuits in three key states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia where the race has not been called and votes are still being counted.

Election officials had cautioned the winner of the presidential election might be unknown days after the election is over.

Rules in some states don’t allow election workers to begin the -intensive work of processing mail-in ballots until Election Day. And with a record number of casting their ballots by mail, the influx could delay tallies for days.

On the allegations by the Trump campaign team, election law experts and state election officials had overwhelmingly said there had been sign of widespread or even sporadic voter fraud.

They said counting votes just took more time than in past years because the coronavirus pandemic had changed the way people go about it.

But the Trump campaign said the lawsuits were necessary.

Meanwhile, ’s campaign attorney, Bob Bauer, said the suits had merit and were meant to spread a false narrative about the electoral .

He said it’s more about “Trump’s own effort to discredit the election.”

Trump campaign loses legal fights in Georgia, Michigan

Donald Trump’s campaign lost court rulings in the closely-contested states of Georgia and Michigan on Thursday, even as it vowed to bring a new lawsuit challenging what it called voting irregularities in Nevada.

In the Georgia case, the campaign alleged 53 late-arriving ballots were mixed with on-time ballots.

In Michigan, it sought to stop votes being counted and obtain greater access to the tabulation .

State judges tossed out both the suits on Thursday.

James Bass, a superior court in Georgia, said there was “ evidence” the ballots in question were invalid.

In the Michigan case, Cynthia Stephens said: “I have no basis to find there is a substantial likelihood of success on the merits.”

Trump allies alleged that there had been voting irregularities in Nevada’s populous Clark County, which includes Las Vegas. A Trump campaign spokeswoman did not respond to requests for comment by Reuters on the Michigan and Georgia rulings.