US Election 2020: 95 Million Americans Have Cast Their Ballots Before November 3
US Election 2020: More than 95 million people cast their ballots in the run-up to the November 3 presidential election in the United States.
As of November 2, more than 95 million Americans had cast their ballots, and the turnout is expected to be the largest in history, according to the University of Florida’s U.S. Elections Project.
According to the report, just one day before the presidential election, the record figures are equal to 69% of the 2016 election.
It should be noted that due to the coronavirus in the United States, citizens showed keen interest in mail-in and pre-voting because the United States is the country most affected by corona, where more than 230,000 people have died so far.
President Donald Trump and his administration are trailing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in measures to tackle code in national polls.
According to a Reuters poll, Biden had a 51 percent lead over Trump in the October 27-29 poll.
Despite leading in national polls, the real competition between Biden and Trump will be in the states that will decide the president through the Electoral College, including Arizona, Florida, and North Carolina.
It is thought that a large number of Trump and Republican supporters will turn the tide indirect voting on election day, while Trump has expressed no confidence in the mail-voting without any evidence and called it a fraud.
On the other hand, a large number of Democrats have participated in the pre-vote due to not only the Corona epidemic but also the slowdown of US mail by the Trump administration.
Experts predict that the turnout for the US presidential election will easily cross the 138 million mark in 2016, compared to 47 million four years ago.
US President Donald Trump has already threatened legal action over the results of the presidential election but rejected reports that he would announce the election victory on the night before the official tally was received. Preparing
In his statement, Trump claimed that there was a possibility of “fraud” and “misuse” in the counting of votes in the two states of Nevada and Pennsylvania, where the current governors of both states are Democrats.
Referring to a US Supreme Court ruling, Donald Trump said that he thinks it’s a terrible thing that ballots can still be collected after the election.
“As soon as the election is over, we will contact our lawyers tonight,” he said.
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