President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden opened their tally with a predictable string of victories while key prizes including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania remain too early to call.
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LIVE updates of the 2020 United States presidential election: Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden is taking on Republican Party’s nominee and incumbent President Donald Trump. In-person voting is currently underway.
Biden and Harris — along with their spouses, Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff — will hold events in “all four corners” of Penn State on Monday.
In North Carolina, the President won 49.83 per cent of the votes, while in Pennsylvania he garnered 48.18 per cent of the ballots.
The former Vice President made the pledge a day after he debated Trump for the last and final time before the November 3 election.
Three per cent of voters said they would vote for someone else and another three per cent they would not cast their ballots at all.
Biden tore into Trump with the country’s virus caseload. Coronavirus has killed more than 222,000 Americans and sickened more than 8 million.
The KFF-Cook poll surveyed 1,298 registered voters in Arizona between August 29 and September 13. It has a margin of sampling error of 3 percentage points.
If the 2020 race is tight, Trump’s Black support is being seen as a game changer. Biden’s lead among Blacks is pegged in the range of 80 per cent to Trump’s over 10 per cent according to a clutch of recent polls.
Upon arriving in Kenosha, Biden and his wife Jill met Blake’s father, brother, two sisters and members of his legal team in private.
The former President, who tested positive for the novel coronavirus, had been in coma after a brain surgery earlier this month.
“It’s with great honour and humility, I accept this nomination for president of the United States of America,” he said.
“Joe has tackled gun violence and climate change,” Coons said.