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Former Vice President Joe Biden has overtaken President Donald Trump's lead in the state of Georgia by 1,098 votes, with the Georgia Secretary of State announcing that the tight margin will trigger a recount once the results are certified.
"There will be a recount," Georgia's Secretary of State said in a press conference.
While Trump maintained a lead in the southern state for three days, that margin has tightened as more mail-in ballots from heavily Democrat cities have come in.
Georgia has 16 electoral votes, all of which will go to whoever wins the state.
Traditionally a Republican state, the Democrats made a large push to win over the state this election. Georgia has not voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since Bill Clinton's 1992 landslide victory against incumbent President George H.W. Bush.
A legal challenge to the vote count in Georgia was lodged by the Trump campaign alleging voter fraud but was summarily thrown out by a judge on Thursday. The judge did not provide any reason for throwing out the lawsuit.