Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks in Pittsburgh on Monday, Nov. 2, 2020, at a drive-in rally at Heinz Field. (Stephen Caruso/Pennsylvania Capital-Star)
(This developing story from Newsline sister outlet Pennsylvania Capital-Star)
CNN banner: "BIDEN TAKES LEAD IN PA, ON VERGE OF PRESIDENCY." @JohnKingCNN: "Dramatic and potentially decisive" moment.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 6, 2020
Biden has a 5,587-vote edge in the Keystone State, based on the current numbers, according to a source at the Pennsylvania Department of State.
The race remains too close to call, but NBC News reports that Biden leads 49.4 to 49.3 percent.
Here’s a look at Pennsylvania:
In a statement, Trump’s campaign said “this election isn’t over” after Biden took the lead in Pennsylvania.
Capital-Star Associate Editor Cassie Miller contributed to this story.
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