Biden becomes first Democrat in 28 years to seize Georgia but loses North Carolina

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The Democratic candidate wins 306 electoral votes compared to 232 for the current president

The Democratic candidate for the White House, Joe Biden, has won this Friday in Georgia, where 16 electoral votes were at stake, and has thus become the first Democrat to take over that state in the last 28 years.

Despite the fact that the current president, Donald Trump, has managed to win in the state of North Carolina -which supposes 15 electoral votes-, Biden has reached 306 votes compared to 232 for Trump, who would have lost the elections. , according to CNN projections.

Although Biden has not yet been officially declared president-elect – a function that corresponds to the General Administration of Services for the effective transfer of power – it is currently mathematically impossible for Trump to win the election.

On Saturday CNN already gave the victory to Biden, who surpassed 270 electoral votes after winning in the states of Arizona and Pennsylvania. The Democrat would have obtained 50.8 percent of the votes, while Trump has 47.4 percent of the endorsements.

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