WASHINGTON — Polls have closed in most swing states Tuesday and the presidential race in all-important Florida is too close to call, according to NBC News.
In the Sunshine State, President Donald Trump has 50.7 percent while Biden is at 48.3 percent with 91 percent of the expected vote in. Biden is underperforming Hillary Clinton in Miami-Dade County, the state’s biggest and home to a large Cuban-American community that Republicans had targeted. But Biden is performing better than Clinton did in 2016 in other counties.
The former vice president has multiple paths to victory that do not include Florida, Biden campaign officials noted in a call with reporters earlier Tuesday, and polls showed the Democrat leading in several of them heading into Election Day.
It’s too early to make calls in the other battleground states, according to NBC News.
After millions of door-knocks, TV ads and a record-shattering $14 billion spent, a tense and stressed-out nation is waiting for the results an unprecedented presidential election to see whether Trump will get another four years in the White House or be replaced by his Democratic challenger.