FiveThirtyEight
Nathaniel Rakich

As part of the state’s hand recount, Georgia’s Floyd County has apparently found more than 2,600 ballots that weren’t counted the first time around. Since Floyd County is pretty red turf, that’s expected to benefit Trump — perhaps netting him 800 votes or so, according to the chair of the county GOP. However, Biden’s lead in Georgia is more than 14,000 votes, so that won’t be nearly enough for Trump to close the gap.


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