FAA establishes no-fly zone over presidential candidate Joe Biden’s home as vote count expands his lead in key battleground states

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) restricted airspace over the Delaware home of Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden.

The agency issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) showing a no-fly zone in Wilmington. CNN reported that the one-mile radius covers Biden’s home.

According to the news outlet, the FAA also restricted airspace over the nearby Chase Center, where Biden is expected to deliver his victory speech should he be declared the winner of the election, a likely outcome.

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The FAA’s notice was issued not long before Biden took the lead over incumbent President Donald Trump in Pennsylvania and Georgia, two key battleground states. As the Associated Press notes, a win in either state would bring Biden’s electoral votes across the threshold of a winning 270. Biden also appears to be leading in Nevada. A victory there would deliver Biden six electoral votes, bringing his total count to 270.

Biden is reportedly at his home in Wilmington as votes continue to be counted.

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[Featured image: Joseph Biden/Associated Press]