Georgia known as the Battleground announces the vote recount after the US election result too close. Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger made the announcement on Friday.
The third day of voting in the US presidential election has passed. However, it is not yet clear who will be the next president.
Brad Rafensberger said there would be a new vote count in the presidential election. He said there are still 4,169 votes left to be counted.
In addition, about 8,000 votes sent by members of the military are still being called. They will also be counted if they arrive within Friday time, local time, he said.
“It’s difficult to announce the US election results in Georgia right now because the vote gap is too close that it needs to recount,” said Brad Raffensperger.
“Our interest in the election extends beyond the borders of Georgia,” he said. The final count of Georgia’s election will have an impact on the whole country, that’s normal. “
Gabriel Sterling an aide to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, said the reason for the recount was that the gap between the two candidates was too small. However, he said they did not see any major irregularities in the election.
Joe Biden must win at least two of Arizona, North Carolina, Nevada and Georgia and Pennsylvania to reach the White House in the current state of the U.S. election results.
Joe Biden has already been declared the winner in Arizona by the US news agency AP and Fox News. That is why there is a difference in the number of electoral votes of the two candidates in different media.