Update: Democratic Party Joe Biden Lead In Pennsylvania

More mail ballots found in Pennsylvania facilities

About 1,700 ballots had been identified in Pennsylvania at processing facilities during two sweeps on Thursday and were in the process of being delivered to election officials.

But in a count filing early Friday, USPS said about 1,070 ballots had been found at a processing centre in Philadelphia, 300 were found at a centre in Pittsburgh, 266 at a facility in Lehigh Valley and the remainder were discovered at other Pennsylvania processing centres.

Joe Biden Lead In Pennsylvania

The vote counting has been going on now about two days, but Donald Trump early lead in Pennsylvania’s vote is has gone, vanished as Joe Biden leads by over 5,000 votes in the key battleground state with 20 electoral votes.

Almost 6.6 million votes have been counted in Pennsylvania and the count continues as localities continue to verify and count mail-in and provisional ballots.

Meanwhile, the Democratic party Joe Biden earlier Friday had taken the lead in Georgia with 16 electoral votes.

But, if Biden winds up winning in both Georgia and Pennsylvania, then it would be mathematically impossible fot Donald Trump to reach 270 electoral votes needed for victory.

Gisthubcity News reports about 163,000 mail ballots remain to count, plus overseas military and provisional ballots, according to Pennsylvania Department of State.

This election is not over, Trump campaign says

The Trump campaign is already mounting legal challenges in several states, he put out a statement saying they will demand a recount of vote in state of Georgia.

Facing the potential for narrow losses in multiple battlegrounds, and false projection of Joe Biden as the winner is based on results in four states that are far from final.

Trump campaign general counsel, Matt Morgan said “Georgia is headed for a recount, where we are confident we will find ballots improperly harvested, and where President Trump will ultimately prevail.”

And it is important to know that the associated press has not yet projected a winner in this election.

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