(Nov 5, 2020) FOR A CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: 4296105 Michigan voter says there is a lot of “uncomfortable” in the United States over an election controversial and unresolved. “I know everyone has a lot of passion on both sides, and I think it’s great,” Arnold Muscat, an automotive engineer, said Thursday. “But on the other side, I just think that as a country we have to be better at each other.” Muscat was walking past a park in the Detroit suburb of Plymouth, where he lives, when he spoke to The Associated Press. Scott Huddas, a resident of Plymouth, admitted that there is a lot of uncertainty in the country. “When and where certain ballots are counted, I think it throws a lot of confusion into the mix, and it’s kind of exploited in some ways, I think, on the conservative side,” said Huddas, who voted for the ballot. ‘former vice-president. Joe Biden. The Democrat was closing in on the 270 electoral college votes needed to carry the White House, winning victories on the “blue wall” battlefields of Michigan and Wisconsin and narrowing the path of President Donald Trump. With only a handful of states still to win, Trump has attempted to take his case to court in some key states. It was not clear whether any of his campaign’s legal maneuvers on the ballot would succeed in tipping the race in his favor. Learn more about AP Archive: Twitter: Facebook: Google+: Tumblr: Instagram: You can license this story through AP Archive :.