Former Vice President Joe Biden is getting close to 270 electoral votes in the presidential race after he was named the winner in Wisconsin and Michigan. The race is now down to Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina, which appears to be leaning towards Trump.
Trump can still win, but he is running out of moves.
In the graphic below, each candidate needs to fill their block to win the presidency. The gray spaces represent the remaining paths to victory.
Trump is out in front of Biden in Georgia by about 77,000 votes at last check. Georgia is counting mail-in ballots in precincts expected to favor Democrats. About 200,000 absentee ballots and around 50,000 early votes still need to be counted, according to Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger.
Winning North Carolina is critical to Trump’s reelection chances. He has a lead of almost 80,000 votes. Trump won North Carolina in 2016.
Trump is leading Biden by more than 388,889 votes in the Keystone State, but that could change after more than 1 million outstanding mail-in votes are counted, many of them expected to favor Biden.
Biden is winning Nevada, a state that Hillary Clinton won narrowly in 2016, by less than 8,000 votes. The state is Trump’s last hope to flip a state Democrats won four years ago after he lost Minnesota and New Hampshire.
Nevada had originally planned to finish counting its absentee ballots on Thursday.