The state of Georgia was called for Joe Biden by the AP after the recount was completed.
Several thousand previously unreported ballots were found but not enough to change the result of the state.
Jaclyn Rothenberg, Georgia communications director for “Biden for President”. said “We are grateful to the election officials, volunteers and workers for working overtime and under unprecedented circumstances to complete this recount, as the utmost form of public service.”
JUST IN: President-elect Joe Biden has won Georgia, according to the AP's final race call, flipping a state which has been reliably Republican for decades.
The final electoral tally:
Biden: 306 votes
Trump: 232 voteshttps://t.co/lOCGXEjQ2S
— NPR (@NPR) November 20, 2020
As reported by NPR “Georgia’s political activity is far from over. The state will hold two runoff elections on Jan. 5 for both its U.S. Senate seats, which are currently held by Republicans.
Sen. David Perdue faces a challenge from Democrat Jon Ossoff, and Sen. Kelly Loeffler will go up against Democrat the Rev. Raphael Warnock.”