US Presidential Election 2020: People showing enthusiasm for presidential election, long queues seen outside polling stations


US Presidential Election 2020: People showing enthusiasm for presidential election, long queues seen outside polling stationsAmerica (Photo Credits: Getty Image)

US Presidential Election 2020: On Tuesday, large numbers of voters turned out to vote for one of the most charged-repulsive presidential elections in the US in the past few decades, and queues of voters were seen at several polling stations. In this election, President and Republican nominee Donald Trump faces Democratic Party’s Joe Biden. In the midst of the outbreak of the Kovid-19 pandemic, nearly 100 million Americans cast their votes in pre-voting, and are believed to have the highest turnout in the country’s history of a century. This year around 239 million people are eligible for the franchise.

Counting of postal ballots may take days or weeks in some states and it is certain that the winner is unlikely to be announced just hours after the voting is over on Tuesday.

There are about 4 million people of Indian origin in America, of which 2.5 million are voters. There are more than 1.3 million Indian-American voters here in important states like Texas, Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania. Read this also. US Presidential Election 2020: Democratic candidate Joe Biden has the upper hand in the US presidential election – APCO.

Voting time is different for different states / initially reports of large number of people coming out to vote. Hundreds of people were seen queuing up outside polling stations before voting began in Pennsylvania. Trump (74), who returned from campaigning early Tuesday, has appealed to the American public to vote for him. She tweeted a short video of her own dance at election rallies, “Vote, Vote, Vote. Biden (77) also appealed to the public to vote, “It’s voting day.” Go, vote America.

He tweeted, “In 2008 and 2012, you trusted me to support Barack Obama to lead this country.” Today I am once again asking you to express your confidence. Trust me and Kamala (Harris). We promise not to disappoint you. Vice-presidential Democrat Kamala Harris told voters, “Thank you if you have voted.”

But we still need your help … Take 20 minutes and help voters find polling booths. Biden and Harris will address the nation from Wilmington, Delaware. Whereas, Trump will see the election results from the White House. He has invited select guests to the White House. Security of the White House and other important sites has been increased in view of the election results.

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