The U.S. Secretary of State of Georgia certifies Biden as Georgia winner
On the afternoon of November 20, the office of the Secretary of State of Georgia sent a message to officially authenticate the presidential election results on November 3 and announced that Democratic presidential candidate Biden was the winner of Georgia.
The ballot results have been certified, and after manually recounting about 5 million votes, Biden finally won Georgia’s 16 ballots by a margin of 12,670 votes, according to the Secretary of State’s office. In his speech at the state capitol, the Secretary said: “I believe that the numbers we provide today are correct. The figures reflect the judgment of the people.”
Biden reportedly won the Democratic presidential candidate in Georgia for the first time since 1992. The recount results of the rest of the states will also be released one after another. Michigan and Pennsylvania counties are scheduled to be certified for a pair of results next week. Nevada announced the results before Tuesday on the 14th.