As the world witnessed the fierce contest between the ruling party Republican contest against Joe Biden of Democrats.
Both presidential candidates have watched the counting of votes from closed-polls States.
In an early analysis, Biden alongside his vice Kamala Harris, delivers an early speech encouraging all his voters that it is ‘clear’ to them that they have a lead and that they are very confident of winning.
He made his people understand the facts that he has declared his victory yet. “I’m not here to declare that we’ve won,” Biden insisted. He said that he is set to turn Wisconsin State to blue dominant as Donald Trump reigned supreme in the area during the 2016 election.
Also, in Michigan, a key State considered to be a Republican, Biden claimed to be leading by 35,000 votes – a “substantially bigger margin” than Mr Trump won it by last time.
Both candidates need 270 electoral votes to win the election and since Biden is leading he is confident of gaining the maximum needed. “It is clear we are winning enough states to reach 270 electoral votes”, Mr. Biden said.
Joe Biden sounded clear when he stated that, “We the people will not be silenced; we the people will not be bullied; we the people will not surrender.”
With much said from the Biden side, Republican candidate Donald Trump is preparing legal documentation actions for the Supreme Court if election results aren’t favorable to him.