Update: There speculations and rough figures coming in for the outstanding states, but no network has called it yet for any of the candidates.
Bernie said it and it all happened. Most democrats lost it last night, but woke up to being hopeful.
Oye Owolewa, who is originally from Kwara State Nigeria, a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree holder in Pharmacy from the North-Eastern University, Boston, contested on the platform of the Democratic Party as a ‘shadow’ (non-voting) House of Representative member out of the District of Columbia (DC) and won. This makes Oye the first Nigerian-American to have made it to the US Congress.
Joe Biden is now the favorite to win the presidency, and Republicans are favored to maintain Senate management — however, each outcome is removed from sure. And Democrats did not win the resounding victory that pre-election polls had urged they might. Right here’s the place we stand after a topsy-turvy election evening, through which the state of affairs shifted a number of occasions: The result is unclear in six swing states — Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin — and all are nonetheless counting votes. We could get some closing vote counts at present, whereas others may take a couple of days. “Biden’s the favorite, even when narrowly, nearly all over the place,” Nate Cohn of The Instances tweeted, itemizing 5 of the six states above (all, however, North Carolina). Sean Trende of RealClearPolitics agreed: “Would in all probability slightly be Biden than Trump.” The excellent ballots are largely mail-in ballots, that are…
A top former RNC official announced on Monday that he is voting for Joe Biden. Ryan Mahoney, a former RNC communications director, tweeted a photo of his ballot.