Former Vice President Joe Biden has widened his lead in Michigan, one of the key remaining states in the race for the White House.
With a new batch of votes coming in, Biden now holds a wider edge over Trump, with more than 30,000 more votes, though only 92% of the votes are estimated to have been tabulated at this point.
"This is very significant," said CNN's Anderson Cooper, noting that "it had been about 10,000 or so votes, the difference between them."
"It's not a win, he's leading," John King added while digging into the specific Michigan counties from his Magic Wall.
"The fact that his lead is widening and they still have votes to count in Wayne County is an encouraging sign for the Biden campaign," said King, noting that it "doesn't get you the finish line, but it's encouraging."
CNN's John King breaks down Biden's widening lead in Michigan: