Classics US Presidential: towards historic participation?
Shoulder fracture puts Rins in doubt for Jerez MotoGP race
Suzuki MotoGP rider Alex Rins suffered a fracture and dislocation to his right shoulder in his crash during Spanish Grand Prix qualifying, with his participation in the race in doubt. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Alex Rins, Team Suzuki MotoGP Rins was heading through the fast Turn 11 right-hander towards the end of the lap at Jerez in the closing stages of Q2 when he lost the front of his bike and was forced to check up. Sent into the gravel at high speed, Rins crashed and rolled violently.
This is unheard of in the United States. More than 17 million people have already voted for the November 3 presidential election. Figures much higher than 4 years ago at the same period, according to the US Elections Project of the University of Florida, which compiles the data provided by the electoral authorities of the various states. They could predict a record turnout this year.
Jim McNeil is the down-to-earth savior of the iconic 1951 Hirohata Mercury
Historic Vehicle AssociationJim McNeil is a down-to-earth, history-loving, do-it-yourself car guy. He’s also, according to Herschel “Junior” Conway and pretty much every other significant member of the custom car community, a savior. It was McNeil, then just a teenager, who saw the 1951 Hirohata Mercury at a used car lot in 1959 and decided (with some encouragement […] The post Jim McNeil is the down-to-earth savior of the iconic 1951 Hirohata Mercury appeared first on Hagerty Media.
For the first time in US history, a majority of voters could have voted by D-Day. This dramatic increase in mail voting and early voting, in person at polling stations, is of course taking place in a particular health context.
Many Americans want to avoid the long lines on November 3. Thealso shows that this system is used primarily by the elderly.
He is also favored by the Democrats. They are about twice as numerous as Republicans in several key states who allow publication of voters' political affiliation.
Is this a simple precautionary vote or a surge in the turnout? Several analysts favor the second option. Already in the mid-term elections in 2018, voters had never voted so much in a century.
Pollsters also note Americans' particular interest in the election this year. Of the 500,000 people who have already voted by mail in North Carolina this year, for example, a quarter had not voted in the last presidential election.
Presidential. Bolivia returns to the polls without Evo Morales .
© David Mercado, Reuters Supporters of Luis Arce, candidate of the Movement towards Socialism, the party of Evo Morales, during his campaign end of campaign, Wednesday near the capital La Paz. A year after the presidential election that sowed chaos and exile for the former head of state, Bolivians will appoint a new leader on Sunday. The poll, very polarized, raises fears of new violence.