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America’s most important day is upon us, with the country to decide who will be their next US President.America’s most important day is upon us, with the country to decide who will be their next US President.

US election 2020 Australia TV guide: Where to watch live, date and time, Sky News, Fox News, CNN, ABC

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, election night in America will be like no other. Donald Trump plans to take advantage of the confusion.Because of the coronavirus pandemic, election night in America will be like no other. Donald Trump plans to take advantage of the confusion.

The 2020 US election will be one of the most important elections in recent history. Here's how you can tune in - and why you should be taking an interest. The 2020 US election will be one of the most important elections in recent history. Here's how you can tune in - and why you should be taking an interest.

How to watch the United States presidential election in Australia and why you should care | SBS News

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A fusillade of new polls just came out. Here's what we learned.A fusillade of new polls just came out. Here's what we learned.

What we know about the election today - The Washington Post

There is no “both sides do it” when it comes to intentionally keeping Americans away from the polls.There is no “both sides do it” when it comes to intentionally keeping Americans away from the polls.

All the details on when the election outcome is likely to be known.All the details on when the election outcome is likely to be known.

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In September, The New York Times reported on a concerning surge in Russian ransomware attacks against the United States, including “against small towns,In September, The New York Times reported on a concerning surge in Russian ransomware attacks against the United States, including “against small towns,

How Safe Is the US Election from Hacking? | by Jennifer Cohn | The New York Review of Books

According to SC Elections Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire, because of the surge in absentee voting, there will be a lot of data to report when polls close.According to SC Elections Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire, because of the surge in absentee voting, there will be a lot of data to report when polls close.

When do experts expect to call a winner in South Carolina? It depends

A surge in coronavirus cases across the country, including in key presidential battleground states, is creating mounting health and logistical concerns forA surge in coronavirus cases across the country, including in key presidential battleground states, is creating mounting health and logistical concerns for

US breaking Covid-19 records- two days from election

Unless President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden wins in an Electoral College landslide, the 2020 election might be best remembered for its post-election chaos. Unless President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden wins in an Electoral College landslide, the 2020 election might be best remembered for its post-election chaos. 

Trump and his enablers are the ones claiming rampant fraud, a total myth, yet their efforts to discredit the entire voting process is another form of disrupting the system

Election Day, 2020, will go down in history for Republican voter sabotage | Editorial - nj.com

Early voting in Kentucky wraps up Monday (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at four polling locations across Jefferson CountyEarly voting in Kentucky wraps up Monday (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) at four polling locations across Jefferson County

Nearly half of Jefferson County's registered voters have already cast their ballots | Politics | wdrb.com

Due to the increase in mail voting triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the results in many states are expected to be delayed since counting postal votes can take more time.The postal department is expected to be stretched since there is a sharp increase in the number of mail-in votes. 

How Mail-in Votes Could Delay US Presidential Election Results

As early in-person voting wrapped up Saturday, new data show that over 914,000 Northern Virginians have already cast their ballots for the 2020 election.As early in-person voting wrapped up Saturday, new data show that over 914,000 Northern Virginians have already cast their ballots for the 2020 election.

Northern Virginia early vote nears 80% of 2016 level | Headlines | insidenova.com

Gotham Gazette is an online publication covering New York policy and politics as well as news on public safety, transportation, education, finance and more. Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis, left, & Rep. Max Rose face off in NY-11 Voting in the 2020 general election is set to come to a conclusion on Tuesday, November 3, Election Day. The full, official results won't be known for weeks. The eyes of the world are on the presidential race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, and it's unclear when a winner may be declared. Though it's unlikely Trump can pull off an upset and beat Biden in New York, voters here have been going to the polls in large numbers, just like across the country, with 2020 expected to see modern record voter turnout. How exactly the presidential race shakes out in New York is among many things to watch as we count the votes.  1. Voter TurnoutVoter turnout, both in person and by mail, is likely to reach historic highs in the 2020 general election. There are 5.3 million voters registered in New York City​ and just under 13 million registered across New York State, as of February 2020. (Many thousands more registered between then and the October deadline, but those numbers are not yet available.) In the 2016 presidential election, only about 64,000 absentee ballots were cast in New York City. This year, eligibility for absentee balloting has been expanded to all registered voters due to the coronavirus pandemic, a change that led to a huge surge in such voting in the June primaries. As of October 20 of this year, over 1 million absentee ballots for the general election had been processed in New York City, according to the city Board of Elections (BOE). The board will accept absentee ballots that are put in the mail or dropped off by Election Day. The nine-day early voting period, October 24-November 1, has yielded over 1.1 million in-person votes cast in New York City alone, a little more than 21% of registered voters in the city (using the February number). This is the first presidential general election with either universal absentee voting or early voting in New York. (In 2019, the first year of early voting when only a handful of local races were on the ballot, only about 60,000 people citywide and 256,000 statewide voted at an early voting site.) While many New Yorkers are taking advantage of voting by mail or early voting, Election Day is still expected to see a large surge of voters, with many expecting New York turnout, like that across the country, to surpass recent election cycles. In the 2016 presidential election, 2.76 million voters cast ballots in New York City (roughly 56% of registered voters) out of a total 7.8 million votes cast statewide (a 62% turnout rate). In the 2012 presidential election 2.47 million votes were cast in New York City (a 53% turnout rate), out of 7.13 million votes across the state (59% turnout). In 2008, when Barack Obama was first elected president, there were 2.6 million votes cast in New York City (57% turnout), of 7.7 million votes cast across the state (64% turnout). 2. New York City Tries to Run a Smoother Election with Expanded OptionsIt has already been another election marred by poor execution by the New York City Board of Elections. What Election Day itself will bring is yet to be seen. While some changes and challenges have been brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, some problems this year look like those made by the Board of Elections and its vendors in prior years. There are many outstanding questions about what will unfold on Election Day and in the counting of ballots thereafter. The 2020 elections have seen an unprecedented level of absentee voting, the result of the state expanding eligibility to all registered voters as part of the larger effort to combat the spread of COVID-19. The high volume and the amount of time it takes to receive and verify mail-in ballots means that many races may not be officially called until weeks after polls close. The New York City Board of Elections has predicted it will complete the ballot canvassing process by November 24, four days before the statutory deadline. The Electoral College is set to formally elect the president on December 14. Lines at the polls will be long this year, not only because of high turnout, but because of social distancing. The city Board of Elections says it has hired 4,800 additional poll site workers who will be assigned specifically to line management. The board has also mailed

9 Things to Watch in the 2020 General Election in New York

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK -- Election day is almost here. With a surge in mail-in voting spurred by the pandemic and soaring voter interest, the worldSurge in mail-in ballots and disparate state rules set stage for delays

Trump vs. Biden: Five things to expect on election day - Nikkei Asia

Trump campaign, Lady Gaga spar on Twitter, White House claps back at Fauci: live election updates.

Live election updates: Trumps pushes Georgia to vote, while Biden, Harris court Black voters

With only two days left until Election Day, many people are continuing to vote early across the country.With only two days left until Election Day, many people are continuing to vote early across the country.

Live Blog: Trump launches final battleground pitch; Biden focuses on PA

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This year, you’ll probably go to sleep without knowing the next president. And you might wake up not knowing the winner. And you may go to sleep again, wake upThis year, you’ll probably go to sleep without knowing the next president. And you might wake up not knowing the winner. And you may go to sleep again, wake up

When will you know the winners? What to expect on election night. | Local News | roanoke.com

Voting in Alaska has been robust in […]

Data dump: Early voting is strong for Republicans - Must Read Alaska

We are on the cusp of a historic Election Day. Whatever the results, the people will have spoken. <p>We are on the cusp of a historic Election Day. Whatever the results, the people will have spoken.</p>

Editorial: America, we’re going to need courage and patience for an Election Day like no other - HoustonChronicle.com

New Yorkers overwhelmingly approve of early voting with three million people statewide having already cast their ballots -- including more than one million in NYC.Sunday is the final day to vote early in New York and nearly one million people have already cast ballots in NYC.

Election 2020: 1 million early votes cast in NYC on final day of early voting | abc7ny.com

With just two days until Election Day, preparations are continuing across the Carolinas.With just two days until Election Day, preparations are continuing across the Carolinas.

Long lines? When will results be in? Here’s what to expect on Election Day

In this episode of Up Close, Early voting in New York ends November 1, and all around New York City, long lines persist as people show up in record numbers to cast their vote in the Bronx, the Upper East Side, and the Upper West Side.In this episode of Up Close, Early voting in New York ends November 1, and all around New York City, long lines persist as people show up in record numbers to cast their vote in the Bronx, the Upper East Side, and the Upper West Side.

Up Close with Bill Ritter: Early voting and long lines ahead of Election Day, Trump and Biden visit battleground states | abc7ny.com

More than 22,000 Monroe County voters had opted to cast ballots early in person as of Saturday as the deadline approaches for this year’s general election.More than 22,000 Monroe County voters had opted to cast ballots early in person as of Saturday as the deadline approaches for this year’s general election.

Early voting rush continues as deadline nears | Free Access | hoosiertimes.com

“We can’t afford to have Election Day serve as a superspreading event across the state and country," one Iowa official said.“We can’t afford to have Election Day serve as a superspreading event across the state and country," one Iowa official said.

COVID-19 Surge Ahead Of Election Day Creates Concerns For Polling Places | HuffPost

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You want to steal the election, but in a quiet, legal way, right?You want to steal the election, but in a quiet, legal way, right?

Candidates: Here's how to legally steal an election | TheHill

You want to steal the election, but in a quiet, legal way, right?You want to steal the election, but in a quiet, legal way, right?

Candidates: Here's how to legally steal an election | TheHill

According to DuPage County, half of the county's voters have cast ballots for the 2020 general election through early voting and mail.According to DuPage County, half of the county's voters have cast ballots for the 2020 general election through early voting and mail.

Half of DuPage County Voters Have Cast Ballots | Naperville NCTV17

Removed one of two envelopes, will count ballots on Election DayRemoved one of two envelopes, will count ballots on Election Day

Greenville County Election Officials prepare to count mail-in absentee ballots

Democrats and Republicans in Florida have engaged legions of lawyers ready to rush to court at any sign of voter suppression, fraud or other political shenanigans in this year’s election. So far, the lawsuits have been few, but Florida is well-known for its legal battles in past elections. The main hot-button legal issue this year […]

Democrats, GOP brace for legal action in Florida election

11,188 people cast a ballot during early in person voting Friday11,188 people cast a ballot during early in person voting Friday

Largest voter turnout in 2020 reported Friday in Jefferson County

A surge in coronavirus cases across the country, including in key battleground states, is creating health and logistical concerns for voters, poll workers and political partiesA surge in coronavirus cases across the country, including in key battleground states, is creating health and logistical concerns for voters, poll workers and political parties

Pre-election virus spike creates concerns for polling places | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As Election Day nears, the Oklahoma County Election Board is working tirelessly to count each mail-in ballot.

A Look At How Mail-In Ballots Are Counted

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Va. (WCYB)&mdash; Early voting in person came to a close in Virginia Saturday. Voters we spoke with said this is an election cycle they did not want to miss. In the event they could not make it out Tuesday, they wanted to make sure their vote was still counted. "This is my first time doing the early voting," said Kimberly Rector. "I didn't want to miss this. I vote every election year, but I definitely didn't want to miss this one. "WASHINGTON COUNTY, Va. (WCYB)&mdash; Early voting in person came to a close in Virginia Saturday. Voters we spoke with said this is an election cycle they did not want to miss. In the event they could not make it out Tuesday, they wanted to make sure their vote was still counted. "This is my first time doing the early voting," said Kimberly Rector. "I didn't want to miss this. I vote every election year, but I definitely didn't want to miss this one. "

Early in-person voting concludes in Virginia | WCYB

Early in-person voting concludes in Virginia