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Politics There are 10 days until Election Day. Here's what you need to know

13:51  24 october  2020
13:51  24 october  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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It can take several days for every vote to be counted, but it’ s usually pretty clear who the winner is by the early hours of the following morning. There are two ways to vote in the US - by going to a polling station on election day or by using a postal ballot - but the rules vary depending on which state you

With just 10 days left until Election Day, more than 50 million registered voters have cast their ballots nationwide. Early voting has vastly expanded this year due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, allowing registered voters in all 50 states to cast their ballots both in-person and by mail. Some states are also allowing voters to vote online.

a group of people sitting at a bus stop: One of Fulton County's two mobile voting stations sits in the parking lot of Morningside Baptist Church on Monday morning, Oct. 12, 2020 for the first day of early voting. Election officials are increasingly worried about voter intimidation on Election Day. (Ben Gray/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP) © Ben Gray, AP One of Fulton County's two mobile voting stations sits in the parking lot of Morningside Baptist Church on Monday morning, Oct. 12, 2020 for the first day of early voting. Election officials are increasingly worried about voter intimidation on Election Day. (Ben Gray/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)

Although mail-in voting has gained popularity among voters this year, some voters are still taking advantage of in-person voting, with a record-breaking number showing up on the first day of early voting in states like Florida – where more than 366,000 people cast their votes on the first day, according to The Tampa Bay Times.

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As election day approaches, polling companies will be trying to gauge the mood of the nation by asking voters which candidate they prefer. Most states nearly always vote the same way, meaning that in reality there are just a handful of states where both candidates stand a chance of winning.

Nationally, voter turnout has reached approximately 30 percent of the 138.8 million people who voted in 2016. For the first time in election history, more people are expected to vote early than on Election Day.

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Speaking of Early Voting

Early voting begins today for registered voters in New York and runs until Nov. 1. For prospective voters in Massachusetts, though, today is the last day to register to vote online, by mail and in-person. Registration by mail must be postmarked by Oct. 24.

Oct. 24 also marks national Vote Early Day. Similar to other themed days, such as National Voter Registration Day or National Day of Giving, Vote Early Day is meant to encourage Americans to, of course, vote early. But the effort also seeks to help people, particularly young voters, stay educated on what their state’s laws are related to early voting.

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On the campaign trail

With just more than a week until Election Day, former vice president Joe Biden holds a 51-41 lead among likely voters against President Donald Trump in a new Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday.

The two candidates are making stops in battleground states in the final days of the race. Biden is expected to travel to Pennsylvania on Saturday. Trump spends Saturday in North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin. His campaign is planning a Monday tour of Pennsylvania.

The last push of campaigning follows the final presidential debate that many analysts said Trump performed much better in, even if they question the impact it will have on a race that has remained largely frozen for weeks in the same place.

Both presidential campaigns and their supporters declared victory, even if voters have already made up their minds.

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How to watch election night 2020: the definitive hour-by-hour guide .
Election Day is nearly here, and in a matter of hours we’ll find out whether this is the end of the campaign — or just the beginning of a protracted fight over who won. At 7 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time, which applies to all times mentioned here), we’ll start to see returns from Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and Georgia. Trump won all four of these states in 2016 and needs to win them again in 2020. The good news for viewers is that we should see relatively quick results in these key states, all of which are allowed to start processing (i.e., opening envelopes, validating signatures or even counting) their early votes and mail ballots before Election Day.

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