US presidential campaigns in the final sprint as candidate centers in Pennsylvania

US presidential campaigns in the final sprint as candidate centers in Pennsylvania

There are only two days left before the election day, and 92 million US voters have already cast their ballots either in person or by mail. This shows how they would not like their votes to be ignored due to a delay. Voting was mostly done by mail, which was considered the safest among the highly contagious Covid-19.

Many experts had previously examined the system’s efficiency. US President Donald Trump, who is in the running for re-election, said it was too vulnerable to fraud and foreign intervention. However, statistics show that around 67 percent of the voter turnout in 2016 has already cast their vote.

Although a large percentage of eligible voters have already made their decisions, the presidential candidates are continuing their campaigns, both of whom had hoped to convince more souls before the final whistle.

Joe Biden, a former vice president who is on the Democratic ticket in the president’s race, doubles in states that are considered battlefields and plays a key role in determining the bottom line.

His campaign plan calls for him to spend the remaining two days in Pennsylvania. The state is also one of the battlefields and important for both candidates.

This Sunday, Trump will host five different rallies in five states where he will be expected to make breakneck appeals to voters, just as he did in 2016. The Republican presidential candidate has been criticized for praising a caravan of people, believed to be his supporters who molested a Biden’s campaign bus, and resulted in the cancellation of an arranged event in Texas.

The state of Pennsylvania is one of the three battlefield states in the Northern Rust Belt where tough competition is expected and which has become the campaign hub for both candidates at the last minute before the final day.

On Monday, Trump held four different rallies in the state, while Biden is attending to two events this Sunday. Tomorrow both candidates are expected to hold full and final campaigns in the state where they will also be joined by their run mates.

In 2016, Trump won the state by 0.7 percent. The state has 20 electoral college votes and is proving essential to his re-election.

However, in recent weeks, polls suggest that the race in Pennsylvania is tighter than in the neighboring Michigan and Wisconsin states. These three states were critical to Trump’s victory in 2016, but it has been indicated that Biden is gaining a head start.

Post-ABC polls, among other new polls, including the Times-Siena poll and the Muhlenberg College poll, found that Biden is bridging the void in the state of Pennsylvania.

While both candidates are running the last campaigns in full swing, it is Trump rallies that have a lot to do with the spread of the novel coronavirus.

A study conducted by Stanford University has claimed that more than 30,000 new Covid-19s were the result of 18 Trump rally and campaign events. It has also been alleged that over 700 Covid-19 deaths are linked to the same rallies.

Archie Fowler was born and raised in Cleveland. As a Reporter, Archie has contributed to several online publications including City Visitor Publications and Quantum Grafix. In regards to academics, Archie has got a Post Graduation Degree in Department Of Business from Cleveland State University. As a Reporter for Chroniclex Archie Covers World Topics.

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