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US Election Results: How are votes counted in the United States and why is it being so complex?

Published in 7 November, 2020

President and Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden remain locked in a fierce fight for the presidency, almost two days after the polls closed in the United States.

Unlike many other countries, the United States does not have a single electoral authority.

Each state has its own rules and its own deadlines, which is why the counting of votes in the United States is much more complicated than usual.

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