But so far, they have not raised serious concerns about the accuracy of the data the agency has provided. Pennsylvania and North Carolina have still not been called as they await additional ballots to be processed. "The numbers are overwhelming in the context that the mail vote is probably going somewhere between 60% to 70% Democratic nationwide", said Swartz.
In an extraordinary press conference at the White House, Mr Trump claimed he would "easily win" if authorities were only counting "legal votes". Biden's victories in MI and Wisconsin have put him in a commanding position to win the presidency, but Trump has showed no sign of giving up.
Kaare Moelbak of Statens Serum Institut, a government agency that maps the coronavirus in Denmark, said the virus variant was registered in August and September, and no mutations have been found since, so it was not known if it "still exists".
They agreed to fill committees with equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans, and both parties got the same staff resources. "Republicans are going to have a choice - whether they're going to be helpful or stand in way". Polls got it wrong again with the Michigan Senate race, indicating ahead of Election Day that Peters would solidly take the win with at least 5-7 per cent of the vote.
He said in an interview that he planned to raise funds for an audit of the state's vote count. A third said: "He will have four years to go over what was wrong during his time and how to put it right". While Biden is on track to secure the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidency, The Associated Press continues to view the election as too close to call.
A total of 7,519 people are now under active monitoring by public health workers because of COVID-19 exposure. California reported 951,989 cases, and Florida registered 821,123 cases, followed by NY with 515,815 cases. The public health orders in place concerning gatherings will remain in place, Henry said, and B.C. officials will continue to watch the data and adapt as the pandemic evolves.