Democrat candidate Joe Biden won the US election with 273 votes, his opponent Donald Trump 214.
According to the US electoral system, whoever wins the first 270 special delegates’ votes wins the election.
Mr. Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania meant he won the US election by an additional 20 votes from the Special Representative, bringing him 273 votes to 270. required.
However, it appears that Trump intends to sue Mr. Biden in court following allegations that Trump has been campaigning since election day, allegations of fraud, allegations that have yet to be substantiated.
Under the U.S. electoral system, voters elect special representatives who meet in a few weeks to cast their ballots to determine who will be president.
Each special election representative has one vote, and the number of delegates each state has depends on the state’s population.
The country’s largest states have the highest turnout, with California at 55 and Texas at 38, while smaller states like Delaware have three and Idaho four.
The total number of votes cast by special agents is 538, with one candidate needing 270 to win the election.