Vice-President Joe Biden has become President-Elect Joe Biden.
Biden now has enough electoral votes to secure the presidency after Pennsylvania’s votes put him over the 270 vote threshold to win the White House.
The count continues in Georgia, but Biden still holds the lead in the state, which could go blue for the first time since the 1992 election when Georgians favored Bill Clinton of George H.W. Bush.
While republicans have several lawsuits pending regarding the vote count in several states, none of those lawsuits is likely to change the outcome of the election.
President-Elect Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States and will take office at noon Jan. 20, 2021. Kamala Harris becomes the first woman to be elected Vice-President.
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