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U.S. election 2020: President Trump expected to win in North Carolina

A forecast just released that President Donald Trump won the state of North Carolina in the 2020 election, Epoch Time reported.

On November 10, the ruling office predicted that President Trump had won the state and 15 electoral votes.

Based on the current unofficial vote count, President Trump got 2.73 million votes, compared to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s 2.65 million votes.

Requests for comment submitted to Mr. Trump and Biden’s campaigns were not immediately returned.

Very few votes have been counted in North Carolina in recent days.

North Carolina Election Commission chief executive Karen Brinson Bell said the reason the vote count took so long was that district councils had scheduled meetings to count the remaining votes before the election .

“Obviously, the numbers for North Carolina won’t change until November 13,” she told reporters last week, noting that most county board meetings are scheduled for that day. . November 12 or November 13.

North Carolina has 100 county electoral councils.

The state council said nine councils held meetings to consider at least 4,300 additional votes missing on November 6. On September 11, seven additional councils met to consider at least 3,200 additional votes.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden at an event in Wilmington, Delaware, November 7, 2020 (Photo via AP)
A spokesperson for the panel did not respond when asked how many of those over 7,500 votes were added to the informal ballot and how those extra votes were distributed sideways. Mr. Trump or Biden.

We know that in 2016, President Trump won in North Carolina against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton around 173,000 votes.

On 7/11, Biden declared the win when some media reported the victory for him. However, President Trump’s campaign is engaged in numerous legal inquiries to clarify cases of electoral fraud and The Epoch Times will not declare the winners until the court cases are resolved. determined well.

Responding to The Epoch Times on September 11, General Service Management (GSA) spokeswoman Emily Murphy said the GSA refused to transfer power to Biden because: Confirmation of the official results failed not yet confirmed. be finished. The GSA will only initiate the transfer of power process when there is a “clear winner, based on the process defined in the US Constitution.”

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