The 24th is the 10th day of the countdown to US Presidential Election Day (November 3). US President Trump, who is seeking re-election, voted in Palm Beach County, Florida, in the southeastern United States, where the Sea Lake Manor is located. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Biden concentrated on the key “swing state” Pennsylvania that day.
Trump said after voting: “I voted for someone called Trump.” On the same day, Trump also fought in the southern states of North Carolina, Midwest Ohio and Wisconsin to hold marathon campaign rallies and gave a speech.
China continues to downplay the threat of the epidemic, citing the experience of being infected with the new crown virus in himself and his wife Melania, trying to show that the virus that has killed more than 220,000 Americans is not so bad.
He also claimed that the election of the Democratic presidential candidate Biden would lead to the Great Depression in the United States, and he tried to portray the confrontation between the two as a “choice between prosperity and blockade.”
Trump returned to the White House that night and will travel to the northeastern state of New Hampshire to campaign on the 25th.
Biden held two consecutive “drive-through” campaign rallies in the suburbs of Philadelphia and Northeast Luzerne County on the same day, promising to protect the employment of Pennsylvanians, and citing data on more than 80,000 newly diagnosed cases in the United States on the 23rd to severely criticize Trump.
Response to the epidemic. Former US President Obama campaigned for Biden in Miami, Florida, and severely criticized Trump for spreading conspiracy theories and false information on social media.
Vice President Pence voted in his hometown of Indiana on the 23rd. A Pence spokesperson announced on the 24th that Mark Short, Pence’s office director, was diagnosed with the new crown virus. The Pence and his wife tested negative for the new crown that day, and Pence will continue their campaign.
In the past few days, people in many parts of the United States have lined up to vote in advance. Tracking statistics from the “American Election Project” show that as of the evening of the 24th, more than 57.41 million American voters have voted
which is equivalent to 41.7% of the total number of voters who voted in the 2016 general election. The 538 poll analysis website predicts that approximately 154 million voters will vote in the U.S. election this year, compared with 137 million in the 2016 election.
The U.S. election is also a “money burning game” to a considerable extent. According to data from the “Advertising Analysis” company, during the October election sprint, the Biden campaign spent $54.3 million in TV and radio advertisements during the week from 16 to 23, and the Trump campaign spent about $21 million in TV and radio advertising. Radio advertising.
While Trump and Biden were running around for the campaign, on the Capitol Hill in Washington, senators of the Republican and Democratic parties with serious differences conducted a “difficult situation” on the candidate of the Supreme Court Justice Barrett nominated by Trump on the 24th. debate”.
The Senate will continue to debate the appointment of justices on the 25th, and a full-house vote will be held on the 26th. It is generally expected that Republicans will have enough votes to ensure that the nomination is passed.