People look at the South Lawn of the White House, Monday, Nov. 2, 2020, in Washington, the day before the U.S. election. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Jacquelyn Martin
Meagan Wolfe, Wisconsin chief election official
Joe Biden has defeated President Donald Trump in battleground Wisconsin, securing the state's 10 electoral votes and reclaiming a key part of the blue wall that slipped away from Democrats four years ago.
The Associated Press called Wisconsin for Biden after election officials in the state said all outstanding ballots had been counted, save for a few hundred in one township and an expected small number of provisional ballots.
Trump's campaign has requested a recount.
Statewide recounts in Wisconsin have historically changed the vote tally by only a few hundred votes.
Biden leads by .624 percentage points out of nearly 3.3 million ballots counted.
The victory for Biden bumps him up to 248 electoral votes, while Trump has 214. It takes 270 to win the presidency.
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