Former Vice President Joe Biden Has Enough Electoral Votes for Nomination
Former Vice President Joe Biden has received the nomination to take on behalf of the Democrats against Republican and current President Donald Trump during the November elections.
An estimate by the television channel shows that he won enough votes during Tuesday’s primaries to get more than 1991 electors behind him.
That number is necessary to be officially elected as Trump’s challenger in the November 3 presidential election during the Democratic convention.
In a statement on Friday night, Biden called it an “honour” to compete for the nomination against “one of the most brilliant groups of candidates the Democratic party has ever raised. And I am proud to say that we have these general elections enter as a unified party. “
“I’m going to fight every day between now and November 3 to earn the votes of Americans in this great country.
So that organized we can win the combat for the soul of this nation and make sure we get everyone involved in the rebuilding of our economy. Biden continued.
It is hardly a surprise that Biden has won the nomination. All of his opponents have already stopped fighting. On the ballot papers, he still had competition from former candidate Bernie Sanders.
This left-wing senator is out of the race but is still participating on paper to have as much inspiration as possible on the course of the party at the party congress in August.