It’s Saturday morning, four days after the election, and former Vice President Joe Biden continues to lead in four undecided battleground states — Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada.
In Pennsylvania, where Biden has increased his lead over Trump, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald told CNN Saturday morning about 20,000 mail ballots remain to be counted, along with around 10,000 provisional ballots. Fitzgerald said the county would resume counting at 9 a.m.
Philadelphia has about 40,000 ballots remaining, which officials said would take “several days” to count.
In Arizona, Maricopa County — the state’s largest, which includes Phoenix — is expected to post more numbers this morning around 11 a.m. In Clark County, Nevada — home of Las Vegas — tens of thousands of votes remain to be counted, according to the New York Times.
Here’s where the race in those states currently stand, according to numbers provided by the Associated Press:
Pennsylvania: Biden up by 28,833 votes (0.4%)
Georgia: Biden up by 7,248 votes (0.1%)
Arizona: Biden up by 29,861 (0.9%)
Nevada: Biden up by 22,657 (1.8%)