US presidential election 2020: Joe Biden receives 224 electoral votes, Donald Trump 213, projects US media

The United States media report on Wednesday projceted that Democrat nominee for the US presidential election 2020 Joe Biden has received 224 electoral votes and his Republican rival and incumbent Donald Trump has got 213 after Nebraska split its electoral votes between the two presidential hopefuls.
According to CNN and Fox News, Donald Trump was projected to receive four electoral votes while one for Biden. Biden on Wednesday asserted that he’s on track to “win this election” as all eyes are on the outcome in Midwestern battleground states.
“Keep the faith guys. We are going to win this (election),” 77-year-old Joe Biden told a crowd in his hometown of Dilware. When last reports came in Biden had received 224 electoral college votes as against 213 of incumbent President Donald Trump of the Republican Party.
“We knew this was gonna go long. But who knew we were gonna go into tomorrow morning maybe even longer. But look we feel good about where we are. We really do. I’m here to tell you tonight we believe we’re on track to win this election,” Biden said in a speech in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a number of key battleground states are still up in the air, including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The magic number of electoral votes is 270. 
The following is a list of the states won by each candidate and the corresponding number of electoral votes, based on the projections of US media including CNN, Fox News, MSNBC/NBC News, ABC, CBS and The New York Times.  

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