New record of highest turnout in US presidential election 2020

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Donald trump and Joe biden
Donald trump and Joe biden

New record of highest turnout in US presidential election 2020

Donald trump and Joe biden
Donald trump and Joe biden

In the United States, 62 percent of those voted for the vote by Sunday were confirmed to have voted, 0.4 percent higher than the 2008 vote, when the United States elected the country’s first black man Barack Obama as president.

The 2020 us presidential election is still underway, but the counting of votes has become the highest record for the highest turnout so far.

In the United States, 62 percent of those voted for the vote by Sunday were confirmed to have voted, 0.4 percent higher than the 2008 vote, when the United States elected the country’s first black man as Barack Obama as president.

14.8 crore votes have been counted

So far, 14.8 crore votes have been counted. Of these, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden has received 7.5 million votes, the highest number of votes yet for any presidential candidate in history. Us President and Republican nominee Donald Trump has won seven million votes.

Joe Biden declared winner in presidential election

This figures are likely to increase, as officials are still counting votes. However, election experts and parties have just begun to debate the forces behind civil participation. Joe Biden has been declared the winner in the U.S. presidential election. (Input Language)

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