US 2020 Election is in full force now. From September onwards, the voters can vote in-person or cast their absentee ballot in person. In July, we saw Democratic and Republican Primaries held in various states. We saw various conventions of Democratic and Republican parties, Now, the month of September will actually put the whole election into full force. On September 29, the first Presidential debate will be held. So, let’s take a look at the events so far and how the election is turning out. Let’s check whose pocket the ball seems to fall in.
US 2020 Election candidates.
Republican President Donald Trump who took office in 2017 is fighting for his reign once again in the 2020 election. Joe Biden, a Democratic candidate is an immediate opposition. He was Barack Obama’s vice-president and is in the US politics since the 1970s, way before Donald Trump joined this field. The election day is approaching briskly and now is the time when everybody will ask which candidate he/she prefers as the up and coming 46th US President.
Currently, according to the national polls, Joe Biden is leading the game against Donald Trump. The national polls predict the results to a large extent, but not completely. In the US 2020 Election, we cannot trust them completely. The reason is in 2016, Hillary Clinton won nearly 3 million votes than Donald Trump but she still lost in the presidential election. This is why the US uses an electoral college system that states the answers in a much transparent way.
How will the question get its answer?
Talking about the 2016 candidacy, Hillary Clinton lost at some pretty influential places, this was the reason for her defeat. From a total of 538 electoral college votes, a candidate needs 270 to win. Each state gets a number of votes that it needs to extract from the voters based on how many members it sends to the congress- House and Senate. In the battleground states right now, Joe Biden is leading. However, as far as Donald Trump is concerned, the game of the US 2020 Election can get a U-Turn.
The battleground states and the votes in them will offer a lot to the final answer. These are Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Joe Biden’s tracker is in front of that of Donald Trump’s, however, it is shrinking/fluctuating as well. National polls are only a teaser of the picture, the main elections on November 3, 2020, will declare the winner of the US 2020 Election.