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Nov 03 2020
On Tuesday, voters are casting their ballots nationwide in the 2020 presidential election, even as record-breaking numbers of people have already voted early.
Here's what you need to know about when the polls close, and what to expect as slower vote counts are predicted. Many states have modified their voting rules due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.NPR (Online News) New York Times (News) Fox News (Online News)
Apr 16 2019
Federal reports on Monday showed how fast (or slow) 2020 Presidential candidates are raising and spending money.New York Times (News) Washington Times The Hill
Oct 21 2020
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will face off in their final debate Thursday, less than two weeks ahead of the presidential election. The candidates held their town halls last week after the second debate was cancelled. This debate will be moderated by NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker; candidates will have their microphones muted while theirNBC News (Online) FiveThirtyEight Fox News (Online News)
Oct 08 2020
Separated by plexiglass barriers, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris sparred over the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic during Wednesday's vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City.
The debate highlighted a number of policy differences between the two parties, though both candidates avoided answering some questions and instead stressed pointsPolitico Reuters The American Spectator
Nov 08 2019
Michael Bloomberg, CEO of Bloomberg L.P. and one of the world's richest people, is reportedly preparing to run as a Democrat in the 2020 Presidential election. Bloomberg has criticized President Trump at length, but previously refrained from entering "such a crowded field".
Reporting outlets focused on Bloomberg's criticisms of other Democratic candidates, seemingly the main reason forPolitico New York Post (News) The Hill
Feb 19 2019
Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders enters the 2020 Presidential race, vowing to take on special interests.NBC News (Online) Wall Street Journal (News) Townhall
Apr 22 2019
Massachusetts Representative Seth Moulton, a former Marine and Iraq War veteran, becomes the latest Democrat to enter the 2020 Presidential race.Politico The Daily Caller FiveThirtyEight
Jul 30 2019
The second round of Democratic presidential debates begin Tuesday when 10 candidates take the stage in Detroit, Michigan. CNN will show the debates live beginning at 8 p.m. EST.
Many outlets, regardless of political leaning, reported that CNN's debate rules present guidelines significantly stricter than the first round.New York Post (News) The Hill CNN (Online News)
Apr 25 2019
Former Vice President Joe Biden launches a third bid for the White House and is considered a leading contender.Wall Street Journal (News) ABC News (Online) Reason