US News "Every vote counts": in turn, the pro-Biden mobilize to make their voice heard

18:45  05 november  2020
18:45  05 november  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Every vote counts , so we’re counting every vote . The US election has shown the value of Americans are also electing members to the two chambers of Congress, the main law- making body Estimates for the total vote in each state are also provided by AP. The numbers update throughout

Joe Biden has held a strong and steady lead in national polls for months, but the battle is much closer in the ‘swing states’ that will decide the Wear a mask, thank your poll workers, and make your voice heard . “It’s sort of proof positive that every vote counts and that every vote is part of the system.

  « Chaque vote compte » : à leur tour, les pro-Biden se mobilisent pour faire entendre leur voix © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

After the supporters of Trump , those of Biden. Thousands of supporters of the Democratic candidate have demonstrated in the streets of New York, demanding that "all the ballots be counted" in the US presidential election . "We are not going to allow the President of the United States to interfere with the functioning of our democracy," says one of the organizers, as seen in in the video below.

The New York protest was peaceful and brought together people of all ages, who walked down the iconic 5th Avenue.

"This is not acceptable"

In this Democratic stronghold of New York, the participants were supporters of candidate Joe Biden. But none was daring to claim the Democrat’s presidential victory so far, with the score still tight on Thursday (November 5th).

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Crowds began mobilizing in Manhattan's Fifth Avenue late Wednesday afternoon as part of several 'Protect the Results' demonstrations that kicked off in cities The demonstrations however took a violent turn by nightfall when messages in support of democracy devolved into anti-police rhetoric and

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" Donald Trump claimed the victory before every vote was counted and our message is that is not acceptable. But I'm not afraid, we'll stop this, ”said Sarah Boyagian, 29, one of the organizers of the rally under close police surveillance. John Fraser, 47, software developer, said:

“I'm not sure Biden won, we have to wait until all the votes are counted. I am afraid that democracy is hanging by a thread. "

At the same time, the Democratic candidate Joe Biden has moved a little closer to the White House, after precious victories in two key states against Donald Trump, who for his part engaged in a real judicial guerrilla warfare.

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"If the president makes good on his threat to go to court to try to prevent the proper tabulation of Trump is due to make a statement later in the evening. 05:52 Joe Biden has addressed a rally in The Democrat thanked the crowd for their patience, and said he was confident of winning the key In turn , Donald Trump has won Idaho, according to the AP tally. 03:58 Democratic candidate Joe Biden

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Pennsylvania, State at the Heart of All Attention

Republicans have filed several appeals, including one to have the counting suspended in the key state of Pennsylvania, the outcome still uncertain. "We are taking legal action to suspend the count pending more transparency," said Bill Stepien, Donald Trump's campaign manager.

The president, himself, had threatened on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, in a confused speech, to seize the Supreme Court, while remaining evasive on the grounds.

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