The Dallas Morning News reports:
Donald Trump survived a scare in Texas, though Election Day ended without a verdict on whether his tumultuous presidency will continue for another term – or of the huge blue wave that Joe Biden’s supporters had hoped for.
The former vice president held a substantial lead in national polls before the polls opened but that didn’t translate into any upsets, certainly not enough to force the contest to a quick conclusion.
Results in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin would be critical, and those were slow to come. Texas looked neck and neck for hours after polls closed, a point of pride for Democrats in a state that has sent its electoral votes to Republicans, and only Republicans, since 1980.
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