Businesses across the U.S. are waiting day of the election
On November 2, local time, shops in major business districts in Manhattan, New York, USA, nailed wooden boards outside their windows, waiting for the upcoming American election the next day.
According to many American media reports, not only New York, but also large and small businesses in
Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, Boston, Washington, D.C. and other places have been waiting since last weekend to greet 11 by fixing doors and windows
installing wood panels and other self-protection methods. The US general election on March 3, and potential riots and violent conflicts.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio recently stated that he is ready to respond to the protests. If the conflict escalates into violence, the New York police will intervene.
Chicago city officials also said that they will increase police patrols and focus on protecting commercial areas and important businesses.
In Washington, DC, many commercial establishments from
White House to the city center have strengthened their protective facilities to prevent the riots from repeating this summer. The local police have also made plans for various possible situations.