The race to the White House has endured till Wednesday; numbers have become parallel in the deciding states to attain the 270 electoral votes.
Followingly, the results of the US presidential election is on a downswing, having Donald Trump and his counterpart, Joe Biden head-to-head in major swing States.
Mr Trump, a Republican, claimed to have won and vowed to launch a Supreme Court challenge, alleging fraud. Whereas, Biden of the Democratic party had said earlier, he was “on track” to victory.
With the nation on edge, however, the election is far from its end as it appears millions of votes, outstanding. Ballots in key States like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan are yet to be counted; not excluding Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Maine, Nevada, and North Carolina whose electoral votes are still up for grab.
Based on the current projections, Joe Biden has 238 electoral votes while President Trump has 213 electoral votes.
Each candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the presidency.
Nwada Ozoemela Chikwas reporting, Obinwannem News