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Pennsylvania and Nevada ratify Trump’s 2020 election results for Joe Biden, North Carolina

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The North Carolina Board of Elections also approved the state’s presidential vote totals on Tuesday, awarding the state’s 15 electoral votes. President Donald Trump.
CNN had already predicted Biden the winner in all of Pennsylvania, with the lead over 81,000 votesIn Nevada, Biden won more than 33,000 votes, according to the Secretary of State’s office.
“PAStateDept today validated the results of the November 3 elections in Pennsylvania for the president and vice president of the United States. As required by federal law, I have signed the Voter Confirmation Certificate for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,” Governor Tom Wolf wrote in a Twitter sharing.

Wolf went to thank the election officials for their work.

“Once again, I would like to thank the election officials who ran fair and free elections during a very difficult period in the history of the Commonwealth and the history of our country. Our election personnel have been under constant attack and have performed admirably and with honor,” Wolf added.

Pennsylvania’s degree comes after the state’s 67 counties Results of approved departments To the Commonwealth Secretary, Cathy Bukfar.

Boukfar said the provinces submitted presidential vote totals late Monday.

Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Chigavsky appeared before the Nevada Supreme Court Tuesday morning, and officially confirmed the results of the 2020 Nevada general election. Cegavske, a Republican, did not verbally recognize Biden as the winner of the presidential race. The Nevada Supreme Court signed opinion polls for each county before formal confirmation of the results.

Countries are due to ratify their results by Dec.8, before the Electoral College meeting on Dec.14.

Tuesday’s testimonials followed a An exciting meeting on Monday for the Michigan State Election Board, Who also voted to endorse Biden’s election results after a Republican member of the House decided to abstain.

This has led to state transitional formalities by the Federal Public Services Administration.

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CNN’s Oggy Martin, Diane Gallagher and Devon Sayers contributed to this report.

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