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US elections: big bucks, biscuits and Biden's record-breaking moments

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It’s estimated about 15 million more Americans voted this year than in 2016.  (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
It’s estimated about 15 million more Americans voted this year than in 2016. (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

This year's US election was one of the most closely watched and followed. And in the high drama stakes, it didn't disappoint. Joe Biden and Donald Trump went head to head in an incredibly close race in an election that broke plenty of records.

BIDEN WON BY A LOT MORE

More than 65% of all eligible voters took part, news channel CNN estimates – the biggest turnout in any election in the country since 1900.

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