Joe Biden and Kamala Harris didn’t just win the popular vote, they won it by more than 6.15 million votes and along the way also set records for getting the most votes in history.

Rolling Stone writes:

Biden’s victory total is so large, and in some ways unexpected, it’s a bit challenging to take in. Who could have predicted that Joe Biden — Joe Biden, who has run and lost campaigns for president since 1988 — would end up finally achieving victory by absolutely swamping the high-water mark set by his former top-of-the-ticket running mate and political rock-star, Obama. Consider that when all the votes are counted, Biden could double the vote count received by Jimmy Carter when he won the White House in 1976 (40.8 million), despite the nation’s population being only 50 percent bigger (330 million compared to 218 million).