- Voter turnout could reach highest levels in more than a century
- ‘He’s jealous of Covid’s media coverage’: Obama ridicules Trump
- Democrats urge voters to hand-deliver ballots to beat court deadline
Hello and welcome to our round-the-clock rolling coverage of the 2020 US election. Everyone is looking toward Tuesday, but the election is already happening in a big way, with more than 70m people having voted early so far. That’s more than half of the roughly 130m people who voted for the two major-party candidates in the 2016 election – and we still have six days to go until an election day, when a big vote is also anticipated.
Donald Trump held a trio of rallies yesterday in the midwest, while Joe Biden took a turn through Georgia, an aspirational pickup state for the Democrats. Also out on the campaign trail was Barack Obama, who had this to say about Trump’s constant complaining about the prominence in the headlines of the coronavirus pandemic: “He’s jealous of Covid’s media coverage.”
The policies enacted and investments made by the Administration have equipped researchers, health professionals, and many others with the tools to tackle today’s challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and have prepared the Nation for whatever the future holds.
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