The Georgia Secretary of State announced on Thursday night that the recount has confirmed that President-elect Biden defeated President Donald Trump on the Republican stronghold. You may also like Joe Biden elected as 46th president of the United States.
Brad Raffensperger said that the risk-limiting audit results of the Georgia presidential campaign once again confirmed the original results produced by the machine voting results.
Raffensperger said in an interview: “Due to the tightness of the competition and the principle of risk-limiting review, this review is a complete manual count of all votes. The review confirmed that the original machine count accurately portrays the winner of the election.” A statement.According to the audit results, Biden leads with 12,284 votes.
Raffensperger said: “The first statewide audit in Georgia’s history once again confirmed that the state’s new secure paper ballot voting system can accurately calculate and report results.”
Biden is expected to be the winner of Georgia, becoming the first Democrat to win the state since 1992, but Trump challenged the election results, claiming fraud and irregularities in the presidential campaign.Trump and the Republican Party have requested a recount, and the state began to manually recount about 5 million votes on Friday because it does not have an automatic recount procedure.