The situation in the fiercely f battleground state (as of 5:00 p.m. Japan time) November 7 at 8:08 p.m.
As of 5:00 p.m. Japan time, voting is continuing in the hard-festing states of eastern Pennsylvania and western Arizona.
Pennsylvania Re-aggregates within 0.5-point gap
In Pennsylvania, Mr. Biden’s vote count reversed Mr. Trump around 11 p.m. On June 6, Japan time, but the difference was very high at 0.4 points as of 5 p.m. On July 7, Japan time.
In Pennsylvania, if the difference is within 0.5 points, it is automatically re-aggregated.
In that case, the state is required to order the re-aggregation to take place by the 12th of this month, the second Thursday from the date of the vote, and it may take longer for the results to be found.
According to the Pennsylvania Board of Elections, about 90,000 votes were cast by postal ballots that had not yet been voted on at noon on July 7th, Japan time.
In Pennsylvania, postal voting with a postmark of up to three days was accepted until the 6th, but the U.S. Supreme Court ordered that votes received after the vote be kept separately.
Georgia 0.1 point difference “will be re-aggregated”
In Georgia, Mr. Biden’s vote count reversed Mr. Trump at about 6:30 p.m. on June 6, Japan time, but the difference was 0.1 points as of 5 p.m. on July 7, Japan time.
In Georgia, if the difference in voter rate is within 0.5 points, candidates can request a re-aggregation after the results have been confirmed. Georgia’s secretary of state said Today that “a small difference in the number of votes will result in a re-aggregation,” and the Trump camp has already indicated in a statement that it intends to seek a re-tally.
Arizona 0.9 points difference with more than 170,000 votes remaining
In Arizona, as of 5:00 p.m. on July 7, Japan time, the gap was 0.9 points.
Arizona representatives say more than 170,000 votes remain.
In Arizona, if the difference in the percentage of votes is within 0.1 points, it is required to automatically re-aggregate the votes. On the other hand, requests for re-aggregation by candidates are not allowed.
North Carolina 1.4 points difference “Accepted until 12th”
North Carolina is up 1.4 points as of 5 p.m. on July 7, Japan time.
In North Carolina, the results will not be confirmed until the 13th because the postal vote with the postmark of the 3rd will be accepted until the 12th.
North Carolina allows candidates to ask for a re-tally if the difference in the number of votes falls below 10,000. In that case, the candidate must submit a document to the state requesting a re-aggregation by the 17th of this month.
As of 7:00 p.m. Japan time, the difference in the number of votes has been more than 70,000.
Nevada 1.8 points difference “Accepted until 10th”
Nevada is up 1.8 points as of 5 p.m. on July 7, Japan time.
With many votes left in the most population-intensive districts, Nevada officials said they expected the voting process to take until Sunday.
In Nevada, postal voting with a postmark of three days is accepted until the 10th, and the tally is to be completed by the 12th.
In Nevada, a losing candidate can request a re-aggregation regardless of the difference in the percentage of votes. The cost of re-aggregation may be refunded by the candidate once it is borne and the result.