The state of Georgia is declaring that it’s too close to call.
Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said on Friday (November 6) that the state would have a recount because of the slim election margin.
“Right now, Georgia remains too close to call. There will be a recount,” he confirmed.
Candidates can request a recount under Georgia state law if the margin of victory is less than 0.5%. Joe Biden gained a small lead over President Donald Trump early on Friday morning by about 1,100 votes at press time.
“We are literally looking at a margin of less than a large high school,” said Georgia’s voting system implementation manager Gabriel Sterling.
And despite unfounded claims made by the President, there is no evidence of any ballot irregularities.
“We’re not seeing any widespread irregularities,” he added.
One celebrity made headlines for singing upon Biden pulling ahead in the election in Georgia.
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