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169,539 of 170,228 precincts - 99 percent

x-Biden 79,843,207 - 51 percent

Has won 26 states including the District of Columbia

with 306 ev.

Leads in 0 states with 0 ev.

Trump 73,794,975 - 47 percent

Has won 25 states with 232 ev.

Leads in 0 states with 0 ev.

Others 2,675,503 - 2 percent

Has won 0 states with 0 ev.

Leads in 0 states with 0 ev.

Needed to win: 270 of the 538 electoral votes (ev) from

the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

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