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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

Veal Leads No. 1 Lions to the Southland Conference Tournament Championship

first_imgBox Score | Photo Gallery | ESPN3 ReplayKATY, Texas – Keith Charleston scored five of his 15 points during a 13-2 run late in the second half that gave No. 1 Southeastern Louisiana an 89-79 win over No. 4 Sam Houston State Friday evening at the Merrell Center, moving the Lions into Saturday night’s championship game.Southeastern Louisiana (22-10) will play the winner of Friday’s late game between second seeded Nicholls and third seed Stephen F. Austin at 8 p.m. CT on Saturday on ESPN2.“I just let it come to me,” said Charleston, whose three-pointer with 1:33 remaining gave the Lions a 79-71 lead. “Marlain (Veal) is a good player, drew two people to him, he found me and I knocked it down.”MBB Semifinal: Charleston now in double figures for @SLU_Hoops, hitting the long-range shot. Lions lead 75-69 over @bearkatsmbb. 4:16 left on ESPN3. #LionUp #EatEmUpKats #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/STry07Z5ma— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) March 10, 2018 Saturday night presents an opportunity for the Lions, who could reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since then-coach (and current Texas A&M coach) Billy Kennedy led Southeastern to the Southland Tournament title in 2005.“Whoever the opponent is tomorrow night, we’re going to have our hands full. It’s a quick turnaround, but we’re excited about playing for the championship.” Veal helped seal the deal for Southeastern by connecting on all four of his free throws in the final 47 seconds, finishing the night with a game-high 29 points that was highlighted by his perfect 14-for-14 from the free throw line, becoming only the fourth player in Southland Conference Tournament history  — and first since 2004 — to achieve perfection from the stripe with at least 12 attempts.Six of his free throws came at the 7:00 mark of the second half when a pair of technical fouls against Sam Houston State (19-14) following a foul that originally sent him to the line turned what was a 63-62 lead for the Bearkats into a 68-63 lead the Lions would not relinquish.“At that point in time, even though we had a one-point lead, we were having a hard time stopping them,” said Sam Houston State coach Jason Hooten. “Did the tide change? I think the tide had already been changing.”The Bearkats were unable to duplicate the shooting touch they had in Thursday’s win over New Orleans, shooting just 44. 8 percent from the field. Josh Delaney, who hit six three-pointers on Thursday, was only 2-for-8 from beyond the arc, finishing with 13 points. All-conference first teamer Chris Galbreath finished with 11 points yet was 4-for-11 from the field and fell into foul trouble that limited him to only 24 minutes.Still, Sam Houston overcame a 26-10 first half deficit behind a bench that delivered 34 points. Jamal Williams had 13 points and five rebounds while Cameron Delaney went 3-for-4 from three-point range and finished with 11 points. Abrian Edwards added eight points and four boards in 18 minutes.The Bearkats took a 42-41 lead on a dunk from Galbreath with 16:22 remaining and held a 52-48 advantage at the 12:44 mark. The teams traded the lead before Veal’s half-dozen free throws allowed the Lions to begin pulling away. Sam Houston State closed to 70-69 on Cameron Delaney’s trey with 5:14 left yet it would be as close as the Bearkats could get.“I’m proud of our guys,” said Southeastern Louisiana coach Jay Ladner. “I thought we showed some composure because we got into some early foul trouble with some of our key players.”MBB Semifinal: Veal scores 29 points en route to #SouthlandStrong Player of the Game honors on ESPN3. His @sluathletics Lions are one win from @MarchMadness. #LionUp #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/FCc3b5A8tP— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) March 10, 2018last_img read more