President trump is still not conceding the election, and continues to make claims of voter fraud.
President-elect Joe Biden has taken a big step in his transition process, naming his Chief of Staff as Ron Klain.
It’s been four days since ABC News projected Joe Biden as president-elect, but President Trump is still not accepting the results.
Attorney General Alan Wilson joins Attorneys General coalition in filing amicus brief in PA Supreme Court voting case
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced Monday that he joined a coalition of 10 state attorneys general in filing an amicus brief urging the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to reverse its decision allowing mail-in ballots to be received three days after Election Day without a postmark.
It’s back to work today for President-elect Joe Biden as he plans his transition. This as President Donald Trump continues his legal battle against vote counting in several states.
Final votes are still being counted across the nation in key battleground states, and former Vice President Joe Biden is inching closer to the presidency. On the other hand, President Donald Trump is blaming public polls for his position and is pursuing legal actions in those key states.
All of the votes are in for Richland County, and today those results were certified. More than 194,000 ballots were cast in Richland County.
Former Vice President Joe Biden won the battleground states of Michigan and Wisconsin on Wednesday, but said recently there will be no red and blue states when he wins, just the United States of America. So far, neither candidate has cleared the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the white house.
Last night, five incumbent republicans were re-elected and at least three state Senate seats were flipped, knocking off incumbent democrats, Vincent Sheheen, Glemn Reese, and Floyd Nicholson.
Joe Biden has won Michigan and Wisconsin, pushing him closer to 270 Electoral College votes and narrowing President Donald Trump’s path to reelection. Only a handful of battleground states remain uncalled including Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.