Democratic Nominee Joe Biden Takes Ballot Lead Over President Trump Overnight In Georgia, Pennsylvania

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Georgia officials will administer a recount

ABOVE VIDEO: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger provides updates on vote counting.

(FOX NEWS) – Democratic nominee Joe Biden steadily gained ground on President Trump in both Pennsylvania and Georgia as more mail votes were counted Thursday and overnight into Friday, inching the former vice president closer to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.

In Georgia and Pennsylvania specifically, Biden now leads. Though with a razor-thin margin there, the Georgia secretary of state Friday said he expects a recount.

Biden sits at 264 electoral votes in states where races have been called while Trump has 214 in called races.

Biden needs just one win in any of the swing states with races that have not yet been called by the Fox News Decision Desk — Nevada, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia — while Trump would need to win all four of those states plus Alaska, which he is expected win but is too early to call because of a lack of votes reported.

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