USA chooses its new president

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USA chooses its new president

USA chooses its new president

USA chooses its new president

The 59th presidential elections are held in the USA, where Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden compete.

US President Trump gained 53.7 percent of the votes in Kentucky, according to unofficial results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Reaching 53.7 percent of the vote in the state where the counting of votes still continues, Trump won the elections by gaining an advantage over Biden with 44.8 percent of the vote.

Reaching 62.7 percent of the votes in Vermont, Biden surpassed Trump, who remained with 37.3 percent, and became the leader in the state.

With this result, Trump had 8 delegates in Kentucky and Biden in Vermont with 3 delegates.

In the presidential elections in the USA, the name that reaches 270 delegates, more than half of the 538 delegates, wins the presidential election.

Trump wins West Virginia, Biden wins Virginia
In the US 59th presidential election, Republican Donald Trump won in West Virginia state and Democrat Joe Biden in Virginia state.

US President Trump beat his rival Biden in the state of West Virginia, according to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Trump defeated his rival Hillary Clinton in the state of West Virginia in 2016. The last Democrat to win West Virginia was Bill Clinton in 1996.

In the state of Virginia, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden won the election. In 2016, Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton won in Virginia.

Trump won 5 delegates in West Virginia, while Biden enlisted 13 delegates in Virginia.

Trump wins Mississippi, Biden Massachusetts

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Republican Donald Trump won Mississippi and Democrat Joe Biden won the state of Massachusetts.

US President Trump won the majority of the votes in Mississippi, according to unofficial results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

In the state where the counting of votes still continues, Trump surpassed his Democratic opponent Biden and secured the majority of the votes and 6 delegates.

Biden, on the other hand, won the majority of the votes in the state of Massachusetts and won 11 delegates in the state.

With these results, Trump reached a total of 19 delegates and Biden a total of 28 delegates.

Trump won Alabama, Delaware and Illinois won by Biden

Republican Donald Trump in Alabama, Democrat Joe Biden in Delaware and Illinois won the 59th presidential election in the USA.

US President Trump defeated his rival Biden in the state of Alabama, according to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Trump defeated his rival Hillary Clinton in the state of Alabama in the 2016 presidential election.

On the other hand, in Delaware and Illinois states, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden won the election.

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won both states in 2016.

Trump won 9 delegates in Alabama, while Biden had 3 delegates in Delaware and 20 in Illinois.

Trump wins South Carolina and Oklahoma

In the 59th US presidential election, US President and Republican candidate Donald Trump won in the states of South Carolina and Oklahoma.

According to the unofficial preliminary results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Trump surpassed Democrat candidate Joe Biden in these states.

With this result, Trump had 9 delegates in South Carolina and 7 in Oklahoma.

Trump wins in Tennessee, Biden in New Jersey

In the 59th US presidential election, Republican Donald Trump won in Tennessee and Democrat Joe Biden in New Jersey.

According to unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, US President Trump defeated his rival Biden in the state of Tennessee.

Trump has won 11 delegates in Tennessee.

In the state of New Jersey, where Turks live heavily, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden won the election and enrolled 14 delegates in his household.

Trump wins in Indiana, Biden in Maryland

In the 59th US presidential election, President and Republican candidate Donald Trump won in Indiana and Democrat candidate Joe Biden in Maryland.

Trump beat his Democratic rival Joe Biden in Indiana, according to the unofficial preliminary results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Biden took the lead, taking the majority of the votes in the state of Maryland.

With this result, Trump won 11 delegates in Indiana, while Biden enrolled 10 delegates in Maryland.

Trump wins the states of South and North Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska and Louisiana
In the 59th presidential election in the US, Republican Donald Trump won the states of South and North Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska and Louisiana.

Trump outstripped Biden in South and North Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska and Louisiana, according to unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Trump won 22 delegates – 3 in South Dakota, 3 in North Dakota, 3 in Wyoming, 5 in Nebraska, and 8 in Louisiana.

Biden took New York

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Democrat Joe Biden won in New York state.

Democratic candidate Biden outstripped his rival Republican candidate Donald Trump in New York state, according to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Biden won 29 delegates in New York.

Biden wins Connecticut, Colorado and Washington DC, Arkansas

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Democrat Joe Biden won Connecticut and Colorado states and the capital Washington DC, and Republican Donald Trump won the state of Arkansas.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Biden defeated his rival Trump in the states of Connecticut and Colorado and in the capital Washington DC.

In the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton won against Trump in both states and Washington.

Washington DC does not participate in the Congressional elections because it is not a state, but it is in the presidential election.

On the other hand, Trump won the election in Arkansas state.

Biden won 7 delegates in Connecticut, 9 in Colorado, 3 in Washington DC, while Trump had 6 delegates in Arkansas.

Trump wins Kansas and Missouri states

In the 59th US presidential election, Republican Donald Trump won the states of Kansas and Missouri.

Trump outstripped his rival Democrat Joe Biden in the states of Kansas and Missouri, according to the unofficial election results released by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Trump won 6 delegates in Kansas and 10 in Missouri.

Biden Washington, Trump Win Utah

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Democrat candidate Joe Biden in Washington state and Republican Donald Trump in Utah won.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Biden outstripped US President Trump in Washington.

Biden won 12 delegates in Washington.

Trump took the state of Utah and enrolled 6 delegates in his household.

Won Biden, Rhode Island, Oregon, New Mexico and New Hampshire
In the 59th presidential election in the US, Democrat candidate Joe Biden won the states of Rhode Island, Oregon, New Mexico and New Hampshire.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Biden outstripped his Republican rival Donald Trump in those states.

With this result, Biden had 4 delegates each in New Hampshire and Rhode Island, 5 in New Mexico, and 7 in Oregon.

Biden won the state of California

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, in California, the state with the most delegates, the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden took the lead.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Biden outlived his rival Donald Trump in California.

Thus, Biden enlisted 55 delegates to his household.

In the presidential elections in the USA, the name that reaches 270 delegates, more than half of the 538 delegates, wins the presidential election.

Republican candidate Donald Trump wins Ohio state

Republican candidate Donald Trump won Ohio, one of the states critical to the 59th presidential election in the USA.

Trump outstripped his rival democratic candidate Joe Biden in Ohio, according to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Thus, Trump has enrolled 18 delegates from Ohio to his home.

Biden wins Minnesota, Trump Montana in the presidential race

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Democrat candidate Joe Biden in Minnesota state and Republican Donald Trump won in Montana state.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, Biden outstripped US President Trump in Minnesota.

In Montana, Republican Trump crossed Biden and took the rope.

According to these results, Biden added 10 delegates to the household and Trump 3 more delegates.

Trump wins critical Florida state

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, the critical Florida state was won by the US President and Republican Party candidate Donald Trump.

According to the unofficial results published by the American Associated Press (AP) news agency, US President Trump received about 51.3 percent of the votes in the state of Florida.

While 96 percent of the total votes were counted in the state where the counting of votes is still continuing, Trump, who reached 51.3 percent of the vote, won the elections in the state by gaining a superiority over Biden with 47.8 percent of the vote.

With this result, Trump, who left Biden behind, has enrolled 29 delegates in the state.

Trump wins Iowa and Idaho, Biden wins Hawaii

In the 59th presidential election in the USA, Republican Donald Trump won in Iowa and Idaho, and Democrat Joe Biden won the Hawaiian Islands.

US President Trump beat his rival Biden in the states of Iowa and Idaho, according to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency.

Trump also defeated his rival Hillary Clinton in these two states in the 2016 presidential election.

On the other hand, in the Hawaiian Islands, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden won the election.

Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton won the Hawaiian Islands in 2016.

Trump won 6 delegates in Iowa and 4 in Idaho, while Biden had 4 delegates in Hawaii.

Trump wins Texas, one of the critical states

Donald Trump won the state of Texas, which is critical for candidates in the US presidential election.

According to the unofficial election results published by the Associated Press (AP) news agency, US President Donald Trump outperformed his Democratic rival Biden in Texas.

Trump won 38 delegates in Texas, bringing the total number of delegates to 212. Biden has 223 delegates.

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