Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP

Georgia to recount its presidential vote, state’s top election official says

  • Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by more than 14,000 there, and Georgia’s secretary of state says the recount ‘will help build confidence’ in the outcome
  • Trump allies claim voting irregularities, but nothing substantial, and the review is not expected to change results which give Biden 16 electoral votes

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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announcing in Atlanta that election officials will conduct a recount of the state’s presidential vote; Democrat Joe Biden leads US President Donald Trump by more than 14,000. Photo: AP
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