The much-awaited 2020 US Presidential Election is now finally happening! The official elections voting period ended at 9pm yesterday, Nov. 3.
This means, the counting of each electoral votes have already started. A lot of experts, think that it could be days or even weeks, before the election tally ends.
If you want to be ahead to know which politician will be the next person to step inside the White House, here are some of the streaming platforms, you can join at.
2020 US Presidential Elections updates
As of 5:11 AM of Wednesday, Nov. 4, several US states had already tallied their vote counts for the 2020 US Presidential Elections.
So far, Democrat candidate Joe Biden is winning the race with 238 electoral votes, compared to current President and Republican candidate Donald Trump with 213 electoral votes.
In order to win, the candidate needs a total of 270 electoral votes from the ballot.
Though Biden has a slim edge against Trump, it is still too early to announced winning the Presidential Elections. Experts even suggest, the counting may take a few more days or even weeks before the official decision.
Trump’s premature win
Surprisingly, President Trump announced publicly that he’s already winning the elections, as early as now. In his recent speech, he claims an early win against Biden, in which he called “a fraud on the American public.”
“This is an embarrassment to this country. We were getting ready to win this election. Frankly, we did win this election,” President Trump said in remarks from the White House.
He even made a statement, suggesting he would go to the Supreme Court to stop the counting of ballots.
Biden’s campaign manager, however, called these claims as “outrageous.”
The Democrat candidate also said that he’s feeling hopeful on the current status of the casted votes.
How to livestream final election count
Since the votes are not yet fully casted, there are still a lot of factors to consider, before officially claiming the name of the next President of America.
If you want to get a blow-by-blow updates on the 2020 US Presidential Elections, there are platforms to choose from on the Internet.
Whether you’re Team Trump or Team Biden, and or currently flying across the world, here are the sites you can visit to get live updates on the counting.
Sling TV Cable
One of America’s preferred news agency Fox News, offers a detailed coverage on the US elections. You can just go to their website, or even get a cable network like Sling TV.
In this, Americans can expect accurate vote counting, status of tallied votes, etc.
To avail, users just have to pay at least $30 a month for the Blue Bundle.
In the same cable network, you could also watch another most trusted news agency, CNN. You could watch updates on the electoral votes, or hear experts’ opinions about the elections.
If you don’t like to pay a cable network, you could still watch updates on your gadgets, using Youtube app.
For only $65 a month, you could now easily watch live updates on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC.