Biden urges patience with vote count, says he’s on track to win

first_imgBiden said he’s also confident “we’re going to win Pennsylvania.”There are still tens of thousands of absentee and mail-in ballots that have not been counted, especially in the key states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, which count in-person votes first, then absentee votes. While Biden was speaking, President Donald Trump preemptively accused Democrats of trying to steal the election. – Advertisement – This is a developing story. please check back for updates. WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden told supporters early Wednesday morning that he is confident about his campaign’s chances of winning the election. “I’m optimistic about this outcome,” Biden said in Wilmington. “We’re confident about Arizona” and Minnesota, he said. “We’re still in the game in Georgia, although that’s not one we expected … and we’re feeling real good about Wisconsin and Michigan.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks to supporters, early Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020, in Wilmington, Del.Paul Sancya | AP – Advertisement –last_img

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