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Who Won The Election? It’s a Biden, Trump Stalemate for Now

first_imgIn Georgia, as Biden mentioned in his speech, Democrats are feeling bullish. Many more votes are yet to come in from the Atlanta area; in DeKalb County, for instance, one of the state’s largest, early in-person votes had not even begun to be counted until last night. In many of these still-uncalled states, Trump holds the lead in terms of ballots counted — but that could easily change as more mail-in ballots and some in-person votes continue to be tabulated.- Advertisement – But Democrats also picked up two Senate seats, in Colorado and Arizona, and close races remain uncalled in North Carolina, Georgia, Michigan and Maine — most of them potential Democratic pickups. The party’s path to a Senate majority may have narrowed somewhat, but the fate of the chamber, it’s safe to say, still hangs in the balance.Where we’re atBased on the states that have already been declared, Biden needs 43 more electoral votes to get to the golden number of 270, and Trump needs 57.The three Northern states that flipped for Trump in 2016 — Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania — remain uncalled. So do North Carolina and Georgia, both of which went for him in 2016 but have been heavily targeted by Democrats this cycle, and both of which are double-whammies: They have contested Senate races hitched to the presidential contest. Nov. 4, 2020, 6:08 a.m. ET “I’m here to tell you tonight, we believe we’re on track to win this election,” he said. “We knew because of the unprecedented early vote and the mail-in vote, it was going to take a while. We’re going to have to be patient until the hard work of tallying the votes is finished. And it ain’t over until every vote is counted, every ballot is counted.”Republicans yesterday did win closely contested Senate races in at least two states, Alabama and Iowa, and flipped at least six House seats, giving them a four-seat net gain in that chamber so far.- Advertisement – Updated – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

Slovenian campers choose the best campsites in Croatia

first_imgAnother record camping season is coming to an end, in which Croatian campsites recorded an increase in overnight stays of 8,7% compared to last year. This year, most guests came from Germany, Slovenia and the Netherlands.Camping is extremely popular in Slovenia, so that only in Croatian camps, Slovenian campers make 2,8 million overnight stays a year. Slovenian web portal for camping, www.avtokampi.si, and this year spent a selection of the best camps. Prizes are divided within 11th Croatian Camping Congress in Šibenik, which is also the largest gathering of the Croatian camping sector for more than 300 participants and lecturers from all over Europe.The editor of the camping web portal Avtokampi.si, Mr. Klemen Hren, emphasized that camping is becoming increasingly popular precisely because of the desire of guests for a vacation in a natural environment and that record results are a good indicator of the profitability of investing in camping tourism. The modern guest wants to have a tidy plot in the camp, modern toilets and a rich offer of additional activities. He also stated that camping is especially popular with families since the camps offer children more freedom and animation, and thus parents are more satisfied.The best Croatian camps for the 2017 seasonVoting was organized in such a way that the camps were divided according to their size (large and small) within three regions – Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia, and Slovenian campers were allowed to vote for the best camps throughout the season. Due to a different approach to guests with excellent decoration, camp Polidor a special prize was awarded The best Adria camp, that is, to Mr. Adrian Ukušić.Camp PolidorISTRIAAmong the larger camps in Istria, he received the most votes camp Lanterna from Poreč which this year enriched the offer with a swimming pool, a new animation center, arranged the Istrian market and the first themed settlement of mobile homes for guests with dogs. He won second place camp Valkanela from Vrsar with newly renovated camping pitches and new mobile homes. Third place goes to camp Bijela Uvala from Poreč, which has new plots and a new pool complex.Camp Ulika from Rovinj is the best small camp in Istria. Guests praise the arrangement of the camp and the excellent gastronomic offer of the tavern Barba Danilo, which is located inside the camp. He won second place Carniolan camp from Premantura, and third camp Polidor from Funtana, which from this year also offers glamping tent rental.KVARNERAmong Slovenian campers, camps in Kvarner are extremely popular, where almost 25% of the total number of overnight stays were realized. Among the larger camps, for the seventh year in a row, he took the place of the best camp Čikat from Mali Lošinj. This year, guests are delighted with the landscaped plots and the new settlement of mobile homes near the sea, and what is perhaps most important to them is that the camp is open all year round. Second place went to camp Njivice, which in the last few years has completely renovated the camping pitches and added mobile homes to the offer. Third place goes to camp Ježevac in the town of Krk, where they built a new section with premium mobile homes.Among the smaller Kvarner camps, he took first place camp Lopari from Nerezine on the island of Lošinj, where guests praise the orderliness and hospitality. Second place goes to camp Drage from Mošćenička Draga, which is one of the few camps with a traditional offer of camping on pitches and rental of trailers, without modern mobile homes. He won third place camp Mali from Baška, which is really very small and as such extremely nice to guests.DALMATIAIn the category of larger camps from the area of ​​Dalmatia, he won first place this year as well camp Straško from Novalja on the island of Pag. Guests, in addition to the tidiness of the entire camp, praise the excellent offer of additional activities, and from this year the camp also offers modern mobile homes with swimming pools and glamping tents. Second place goes to camp Šimune also on the island of Pag with one of the most beautiful sandy beaches and superb animation, while third place this year belongs camp Kozarica from Pakostane.Dalmatia also has more than 120 small camps and in that category it won the award for the best camp Slanica from the island of Murter, where in addition to arranging the camp, guests are also delighted with their sandy beach. Second place goes to camp Biograd, and the third in camp Paklenica National Park, which offers guests a wide range of sports activities in addition to the location.The best nudist camp is in PorecAmong the nudist camps, he received the most votes camp Ulika from Poreč. Guests are offered an offer tailored to the whole family and the possibility of a peaceful holiday by the sea. Second place went to camp Kovačine from Cres, and the third camp Valalta from Rovinj, which, in addition to animation, also provides guests with an excellent offer of swimming pools and wellness.The best settlement of mobile homes is in NovigradIn recent years, mobile homes have been a very popular choice of accommodation in Croatian camps. That is why this year the selection of mobile home settlements was added to the selection, among which he received the most votes camp Aminess Park Mareda from Novigrad. Guests are provided with two themed settlements of mobile homes with swimming pools and additional educational animation. Second place goes to mobile homes in Poreč camp Lanterna, where this year they set up houses by the sea and a themed settlement for guests with dogs, which have their own beach, playground and the possibility of keeping and arranging dogs. He ranked third in the camps with mobile homes with a swimming pool camp Straško from Novalja.&lt;br /&gt;<br />
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