American University Professor Allan Lichtman, a political historian who has correctly predicted the outcomes of all presidential elections since 1984, says former Vice President Joe Biden will beat President Donald Trump. Ref. USAToday.
My husband and I have had our request for mail ballots done and sent for weeks. There is no way we are not going to vote in this one.
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That reasoning did not satisfy Steve Sisolak, the Democratic governor of Nevada, where Mr Trump was speaking. He called the rally “reckless and selfish”, arguing it violated a coronavirus restriction limiting public gatherings to 50 people. “The President is knowingly packing thousands into an indoor venue to hold a political rally. The President appears to have forgotten that this country is still in the middle of a global pandemic,” he said. Source 4s.
US Civil Rights Commission worked for months on a report about threats to voting access during COVID-19. Then Trump appointees shelved it.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights spent months analyzing threats to minority voting rights during the pandemic, coming up with what one commissioner called a “behemoth” set of recommendations. But no one will see them. Conservative commissioners recently appointed by President Donald Trump voted to shelve the report, its findings and recommendations, even commissioners' statements. Ref. USAToday.
Woodward reveals Trump’s ‘secret’ weapon. The journalist who broke the Watergate scandal said President Trump could win the election because of a secret weapon he bragged about. Source 1d.
Trump vs. Biden: Vicious matchup anticipated in first presidential debate. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden debate face-to-face for the first time of the 2020 campaign Tuesday in Cleveland. The 90-minute contest will be stripped of typical debate standards: No opening statements, or handshake due to coronavirus concerns. A little over a month from Election Day, Trump will seek to close his nearly 7-point deficit in national polls while Biden will present his case for why he's a better alternative, strategists and historians say. Ref. USAToday.