Donald Trump is catching up with his rival Joe Biden after winning in Florida, Ohio and Texas, making him just 25 seats behind the Democrat’s Biden.
The tally for electoral votes now is 238-213 with Biden leading the race. However, the remaining 6 out of 7 states (80 out of 86 EVs) were forecasted to fall for Trump, which would give him a win with 293 seats versus Biden’s 244.
The forecast expected Trump to win Wisconsin (10), Michigan (16), Pennsylvania (20), North Carolina (15), Georgia (16) and Alaska (3). Meanwhile, Biden is forecasted to win one more state which is Nevada (6).
“I will be making a statement tonight. A big WIN!” tweeted the incumbent Donald Trump ahead of the official election results. Currently, Joe Biden has 238 seats, while Trump has 213 seats. However, Trump is projected to win most of the remaining states, which would push him to a win ahead of Biden.