After a hand recount was completed, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) certified the state's presidential election results on Friday after Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) did the same, meaning Georgia's 16 electoral votes will go to President-elect Joe Biden. Kemp, however, left open the possibility of another recount, should the Trump campaign request one within the next two business days. While Raffensperger has ardently defended Georgia's election process, Kemp said he is "frustrated" with what the initial audit revealed, including the discovery of uncounted ballots in multiple counties. That resulted in Trump picking up several hundred votes, though it was far from enough to flip the state. Ultimately, Kemp said he "formally" certified the vote because he's "legally bound to take this step" as Georgia's governor.

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