Finally, election day has arrived.
Tens of millions of Americans will go to the polls on Tuesday to vote for the incumbent Republican Donald Trump, incumbent or Joe Biden of the Democratic Party.
Both candidates are making calls in the end, at the last minute with voters: Biden is spending all morning to campaign in the state battleground of Pennsylvania, while Trump appeared in the morning on “Fox & Friends” where he criticized detractors and predict a greater uniformity victory four years ago.
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“I ended up with 306,” Trump said on Tuesday, referring to the number of electoral votes that he won in 2016. “It’s a good figure. 223-306, and it is a Big numbers, and I think we’ll top it. I’ll leave it there. I think we’ll be better. “
Meanwhile, the former vice president went to Pennsylvania for a campaigning event in Scranton, his hometown, in the morning. In the afternoon, the candidate is expected to arrive in Philadelphia.
Both campaigns are considered very important to Pennsylvania are guaranteed 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House. Trump almost won the state in 2016 before Hillary Clinton – part of the “green wall” he demolished – but polls consistently show Biden in the lead this year.
Biden’s companion, California Senator Kamala Harris, will spend the day in Detroit, Mich., Another key swing state that Biden hopes to win. Trump won Michigan in 2016 with less than half a percentage point.
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Biden and Harris will meet in Wilmington, Del., Where they will wait for the election results. Biden’s campaign board said he is expected to send an address to the country from Wilmington, though it’s not clear when.
Trump, meanwhile, will spend all day at the White House after some dizzying campaign runs over the past 72 hours have taken him through Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia and Florida. From Saturday to Monday, the president held a campaign 14 incredible in every quadrant of the country.
“Three days from now, this is the state that will save the American dream,” Trump said Saturday afternoon in Pennsylvania, where he brought in less than 80,000 votes in 2016. “There is only one way to maintain and secure the American dream. American defender’s path. life. You must show up on November 3rd. ”
More than 99.7 million votes were cast, according to data from the University of Florida Election Project, which represents nearly three-quarters of all voters in 2016. More than 63 million Americans voted. by mail, the result of the epidemic coronavirus, while 35.7 million people turned out in to vote.
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