US Election Day 2020: Biden vs Trump Rivalry Goes to the Peak

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US Election Day 2020
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On Tuesday (3rd Nov), the much discussed election day started in the USA. It begins with the initial ballots cast in Dixville Notch and Millsfield, towns in New Hampshire’s northeast region. The midnight vote began today with electors picking their desired US presidential candidates. Besides state and federal legislative positions, it also insists on electing the governor of New Hampshire.

Election day has begun and voters are focusing on the limited hours to vote in a rivalry deeply divided by its presidential alternatives. Citizens will consider today whether to back President Donald Trump and his distinctly brash, blurring administration, or his Democratic opponent Joe Biden. In order to win the election, Trump or Biden must secure more than half of the votes in the electoral college, which would be 538 votes. In this scenario, each nominee should get a minimum of 270 electoral votes in order to obtain the presidential position.

Massive Response to Early Voting Methods

A statistic from the US Election Project at the University of Florida has revealed that nearly 100 million people have already cast their votes. Mostly with sharp rise in mail-in and early in-person voting, they have facilitated this record.

Day Before Election

US President Donald Trump visited four key states on Monday; North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Also, his Democratic opponent Joe Biden spent his day in Pennsylvania accompanied by former President Barack Obama. In fact, Biden campaigned in Florida and Ohio. They loaded the verge of Election Day 2020 with full of rallies.

Each leader outlined their strongly opposed opinions on the election process and other topics in their closing speech. Trump has stressed his milestones over the past four years, including financial growth and the recent formation of the Supreme Court. He criticized how, during the election season, the media had dealt with his campaign. Biden stressed on the coronavirus disease outbreak, saying the very first move is to defeat Donald Trump to conquer the virus.

Pre-Election Polls

In the nationwide polls, Joe Biden is currently dominating Donald Trump as the US approaches its 2020 presidential election. If elected, at his inauguration at 78, Biden will be the oldest president in US history. If Trump wins a second term who is already 74, will also be the oldest president ever. Yet dominance in the polls doesn’t guarantee victory.

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