1. If the margins are close in the 2020 US presidential election, the rate of ballot spoilage could be key to the outcome  ABC News
  2. US election 2020 guide: what time results are expected – and what to watch for  The Guardian
  3. The million-dollar question on the election’s eve: Who is left to vote?  The Washington Post
  4. We can have confidence in the election results — if we have patience  The Washington Post
  5. You’re Not Just Voting for President. You’re Voting to Start Over.  The New York Times
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Around 1 per cent of all ballots were 'spoiled' and rejected in the 2016 US election. But there are fears ballot spoilage could play a disproportionate role this time around.Around 1 per cent of all ballots were 'spoiled' and rejected in the 2016 US election. But there are fears ballot spoilage could play a disproportionate role this time around.

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CHICAGO: Arab Americans have long been active in voting and have consistently had some of the highest turnouts at polls among ethnic communities along with African Americans and Jews. Although they do not have the same numbers as African American voters, they are engaged in the system often supporting both the conservatism of Republicans and the social equity policies of theCHICAGO: Arab Americans have long been active in voting and have consistently had some of the highest turnouts at polls among ethnic communities along with African Americans and Jews. Although they

Arab American voter activism rallies around Nov. 3 election | Arab News

If he’s reelected, the president appears poised to dismiss an array of senior appointees, replacing them with loyalists.If he’s reelected, the president appears poised to dismiss an array of senior appointees, replacing them with loyalists.

Trump’s Second Term Will Be Nothing Like His First - The Atlantic

Fears of riots and violent clashes loom over the US as the nation votes in the presidential election on Tuesday after a campaign that deepened the polarisation following months of agitation.Fears of riots and violent clashes loom over the US as the nation votes in the presidential election on Tuesday after a campaign that deepened the polarisation following months of agitation.

Fears of riots, violent clashes loom over US election | greatandhra.com

The Presidential election has been played out against a sporting backdrop, with some of the biggest stars taking active positions to shape the country's future. From those wanting to increase turnout to those campaigning for a candidate, this is the story of an election like no other in US history.The Presidential election has been played out against a sporting backdrop, with some of the biggest stars taking active positions to shape the country's future. From those wanting to increase turnout to those campaigning for a candidate, this is the story of an election like no other in US history.

Trump vs Biden US election: Sport's unprecedented impact as voters go to the polls | News | Sky Sports

Bruised and haunted, US holds tight as 2020 campaigns closeBruised and haunted, US holds tight as 2020 campaigns close

Bruised and haunted, US holds tight as 2020 campaigns close | Taiwan News

The General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, has finally reacted to the US presidential election between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden.The General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, has finally reacted to the US presidential election between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

See The Prophecy Of Prophet TB Joshua Regarding The US Election (Photos and Videos)

Electoral college, blue shift vs. red mirage, results timeline: What you need to know before US electionU.S. Election Day is finally upon us. Or at least what we still call it Election Day, even though more than 92 million Americans have already cast ballots in a vote that has been...

Electoral college, blue shift vs. red mirage, results timeline: What you need to know before US election | Daily Sabah

While Americans have become accustomed to learning who would be their next president on election night, that would be far from unprecedented. Until 1937, presidents were inaugurated in March, partly because it took so long to report and count the vote.While Americans have become accustomed to learning who would be their next president on election night, that would be far from unprecedented. Until 1937, presidents were inaugurated in March, partly because it took so long to report and count the vote.

Explainer: Election unprecedented some ways, in others not - The Economic Times

Thanks to those backstage.Thanks to those backstage.

Readers Write: Voting, bipartisanship, a heartwarming Halloween - StarTribune.com

Community’s high turnout rate, especially in swing states, might bring about Electoral College victory.Community’s high turnout rate, especially in swing states, might bring about Electoral College victory.

Arab-Americans could decide presidential race - The Jerusalem Post