Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in Michigan, Wisconsin

Democratic challenger Joe Biden, says it is not his place or incumbent President Donald Trump’s place to declare the winner of Tuesday election.

Democratic Presidential candidate, Joe Biden, is now leading President Donald Trump in Michigan and Wisconsin by a narrow margin.

While 90% of votes have been counted in Michigan, 98% of the votes have been counted in Wisconsin.

The election in the two states are close to call.

In Michigan, Biden has secured 49.3% of the votes, polling 2,516,759 votes to narrowly lead Trump who has secured 49.1% of the votes, polling 2,507,100 votes.

In Wisconsin, Biden has already secured 49.4% of the votes, after polling 1,630,337 votes, while Trump has 48.8% of the votes after securing 1,609,640.

But Trump maintains huge lead in Pennsylvania after 77 percent of votes have been counted, garnering 54.3%, polling 2,981,316 votes, while Biden secured 44.3% of the votes, amounting to 2,431,315 votes.

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Currently, Electoral College Votes for Biden and Trump stand at 224 and 213 respectively.

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