Georgia certifies election results, confirms Biden beats Trump

Georgia’s State Secretary Ben Raffensparger held a press conference on the state of ballet counting on November 6, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Georgia’s Secretary of State on Friday certified the results of his presidential election race, confirming that President-Elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump.

Certification was expected after the Hand Ballet Request on Thursday after confirming the victory of Biden, a Democratic former Vice President.

“I believe the numbers we presented today are correct,” Secretary of State Brad Ruffensberg said.

“The number reflects the will of the people,” said Rafensbert, who is Trump a Republican.

Biden won 49.5% of Georgia’s votes, compared to 49.3% for Trump. The winning margin for Biden was around 12,000 votes.

Trump refuses to believe that Biden defeated him in the national popular vote total, and that Biden has garnered more than enough votes at Electoral College to win the White House.

Georgia will give Biden 16 electoral votes. Biden is currently projected to receive 306 electoral votes, 36 more than he needs.

Trump’s campaign to search for a machine of ballot papers cast in the Peach State ceased business on Tuesday.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks during a campaign rally on October 27, 2020, in a parking lot at the Solaris Ampitheatre parking in Atlanta, Georgia.

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