Will the 1 mixed allocation electoral vote in Maine play a roll in the results?
If I’m looking at the right numbers of the non-called states, AK is a lock for Trump. PA and GA, look to be leaning Trump. NC is slightly leaning Trump by 1.42% (76,712 votes difference of 5.3 million cast for either side). Michigan, Nevada, and Wisconsin all leaning Biden by .63% or less. Nevada for example 7,647 votes difference with close to 1.2 million cast for either side. Trump will need one of the 3 (WI, NV, MI) to swing in his favor. One random mixed allocation vote (out of 4 total) is leaning towards Trump.
If everything holds up as the numbers are being reported, Biden will get 270 even.
So far 238 Biden, 213 Trump.
Leaning Biden (he keeps these, he wins):
Wisconsin (10) – Biden ahead by .63%
Nevada (6) – Biden ahead by .65%
Michigan (16) – Biden ahead by .87%
Leaning Trump (needs to secure NC, GA, PA and take one from Biden):
North Carolina (15) – Trump ahead by 1.42%
Georgia (16) – Trump ahead by 21.84%
Pennsylvania (20) – Trump ahead by 8.35%
Alaska (3) – Trump ahead by 31%
ME-Split (1) – not sure where these numbers are. But shaded Trump in most of results.
Another nerdy observation. As it is now at 1:20pm on 11/4, Biden has already gotten the most Democrat votes in history with 69,724,561. Also, Trump has gotten the most Republican votes in history with 66,779,306. Voters turned out!