With little or no clear change in the Presidential Election since he spoke 24 hours earlier, Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden expressed again Thursday that he expects to win the presidency when all the vote counting is finished.
“We continue to feel, the Senator and I, we continue to feel very good about where things stand” Biden said in brief remarks delivered in Wilmington, Delaware, with his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris at his side. “We have no doubt that when the count is finished, Sen. Harris and I will be declared the winners.”
Where things stand between Biden and President Donald Trump late Thursday afternoon:
Biden has secured either 253 or 264 Electoral College votes, depending on who’s doing the counting. There is some uncertainty remaining for Arizona, a state some some, but not all, have already called the election for Biden; and for Nevada, Georgia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Vote counting trends suggest Biden is likely to win Nevada, which would be enough to give him the 270 Electoral College votes necessary to win the presidency, assuming Arizona holds. He also has prospects to win Georgia and Pennsylvania, where vote counting appears to be trending toward Biden’s