How many votes are still to be counted: Officials say there are about 190,000 ballots remaining. – Advertisement – When will we learn more? State officials said they hoped to count the “overwhelming majority” of the outstanding votes by the end of Thursday. That raises the possibility of a projection on Friday morning. Let’s see. The race for the White House is coming down to who wins the few remaining battleground states – Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Arizona. A win in just Pennsylvania or two of the other four remaining states would be enough to confirm Mr Biden as president-elect, barring any legal challenge. ARIZONA – 11 electoral votes Interactive results map Where things stand: Biden still has a lead of about 43,000 – but Trump has been gaining steadily throughout the day.
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The Ghana Rugby Women’s Sevens National Team, the Ghana Eagles, showed their appreciation for the support by Interplast Ghana over the years with a visit to the company’s head office in Spintex-Accra.The Women’s Eagles returned from Tunisia on Monday after participating in the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens Tournament in Monastir. Despite being its first-ever appearance at an international event the Ghana Rugby Women’s team managed to win the Challenge Trophy by beating Zambia by 21 points to 14.Interplast is West Africa’s leading producer of plastic pipe systems. Interplast was established in 1970 and is a fully Ghanaian owned company with an active export business in more than 22 African countries.According to the President of Ghana Rugby, Mr. Herbert Mensah, the many achievements of Ghana Rugby in just a few years would not have been possible without the support of corporate institutions such as Interplast Ghana.Mensah said that Haysam Fakhry, CEO of Interplast Ghana, personally and Interplast Ghana as a company have been the first to come forward to support Ghana Rugby when he took over in 2014. Mr. Herbert Mensah, President of Ghana Rugby, with the CEO of Interplast Ghana Mr. Hayssam Fakhry“We have been fortunate to gain the support of Interplast Ghana and other corporates such as the Panafrican Equipment Group, Komatsu, Sunda International, the Gino brands and Societe Generale Ghana since my administration took over rugby in June 2014. Without their support, we would never have been able to compete in international competitions and achieve the successes we have had,” Mensah said.According to Mensah, Ghana Rugby is a young yet dynamic full member of World Rugby and Rugby Africa that managed to achieve the following in fewer than five years:Established first-ever 10-team Club Championship since 2004Became Full Members of World Rugby on 10 May 2017Hosted and won two Rugby Africa Men’s 15s Tournaments in 2017 (Rugby Challenge) and in 2018 (Rugby Africa Bronze Cup with promotion to the 2019 Silver Cup).Entered the Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens for the first time in 2017 (Kampala-Uganda) and managed to play off for the Bronze Cup in 2018 (Monastir-Tunisia).Established Audited Financial Statements, probably one of very few Unions in Africa that can boast of thatImplemented a comprehensive Rugby Management Online System (scrumIT) where all player registrations for both junior and senior teams as well as tournaments are managed online by ClubsQualified to play in the 2019 Rugby Africa Sevens Tournaments that serve as Japan 2020 Olympic QualifiersWon the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens Trophy Challenge in 2019 in Monastir-Tunisia.Ghana Rugby will be taking part in two more international tournaments in 2019 that include the Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens Tournament on 8 and 9 November 2019 in South Africa as well as the hosting of the elimination match in Ghana against Botswana on 23 November in Elmina-Ghana.More photos below