Elections in US to gain momentum as Tump-Biden take up massive campaigns
Elections in US to gain momentum as Tump-Biden take up massive campaigns

Presidential elections are nearing and both candidates are gearing for it. President Donald Trump urged supporters in Nevada on Sunday to cast votes early in a state he almost lost in 2016, while Democrat Joe Biden urged North Carolina residents to “go vote today,” as the final presidential debate approaches later this week. Some 27.9 million Americans have already cast ballots either by mail or in-person ahead of the Nov. 3 election, as per the US Elections Project at the University of Florida.

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The record-shattering figure is being pushed in part by concerns about crowds at polling sites on Election Day during the coronavirus pandemic. At a gathering in Carson City, Nevada, a state where voting started on Saturday, Trump told attendees: “Early voting is underway, so get out and vote.” In North Carolina, a battleground where 1.4 million, or 20%, of the state’s registered voters had already voted as of Sunday morning, Biden asked people to cast ballots as soon as possible. The race is very competitive in the state, which Trump acquired by 3.66 percentage points in 2016.

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“We gotta keep the incredible momentum going; we can’t let up,” Biden told a “drive-in rally” in Durham, as attendees sitting in their cars honked in approval. “Don’t wait - go vote today.” Biden also criticized Trump for saying over the weekend that the United States had “turned the corner” in the coronavirus pandemic, noting that the rate of new cases across the country had risen to the highest level in months. Biden stated, “As my grandfather would say: ‘This guy’s gone around the bend if he thinks we’ve turned the corner." 

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