Democratic candidate Joe Biden has defeated rival Donald Trump in Wisconsin, a key state in the US elections.
Trump lost the state to Biden by 20,697 votes, a state he won in 2016, beating then-rival Hillary Clinton.
The state’s elections commission Director, Meagan Wolfe, said that Biden captured the state with 1,630,337 votes, while Trump lost out with 1,609,640 votes.
She said, “All of the ballots have indeed been counted. We’re not seeing that there are any counties that haven’t posted their results on their websites.”