Georgia and Arizona are still too close to call. Despite President Trump’s lawsuit in Georgia to stop the counting, the tallying continues on the approximately 107,751 ballots remaining, according to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Trump’s lead has since gone down to 38,126. In Arizona, Trump took the latest wave of ballots counted 59-41%.He needs to do better than 60% to overtake Biden in the next wave, with 330,000 left in Maricopa County.
– Marin voter turnout an estimated 87% so far
More than 100,000 ballots from the Nov. 3 General Election have been tallied by the Marin County Elections Department, with approximately 52,000 yet to be counted, according to Alameda County officials. Elections staff has until Dec. 3 to finish the task and certify the election. Vote-by-mail ballots postmarked on or before Election Day and received by Nov. 20 will be processed and counted.
– Trump campaign files lawsuit in 3rd state, Georgia, seeking to pause vote count in key battlegrounds
President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Georgia Republican Party have filed a lawsuit against the Chatham County Board of Elections asking a judge to order the county to secure and account for ballots received after 7 p.m. on Election Day. State party Chairman David Shafer said in a statement Wednesday night that they planned to sue in a dozen counties.
– Biden delivers remarks from Delaware
Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered remarks from Wilmington, Delaware: “I’m not here to declare that we’ve won, but I am here to report that when the count is finished, we believe we will be the winners.” The former vice president is also calling for unity in the nation: “Once this election is finalized and behind us, it’ll be time for us to do what we’ve always done as Americans: to put the harsh rhetoric of the campaign behind us…to unite, to heal, to come together as a nation.”