All is set for US 2020 elections, the marathon to the White House is in question. Will Republican candidate Donald Trump win for the second time or Democrats candidate former Vice president Joe Biden once again enter the corridors of the White House as the President of the United States of America.
Many countries in the world, especially Russia and China have shown interest in this election. Social media networks like Facebook and Twitter have also played their parts in ensuring that there is a peaceful election.
Many Americans have expressed their concerns on the rise of COVID in some States. Technological means of voting have been trialled out for this election. Several States in America have set out to trail this new way of voting.
But the question is how secure these methods are? Is it preventable for hackers not to intervene?
Both candidates spent their last weekend in their dominant States. Challenges and questions were rolled out by Trump and Biden for each. But upon all words, who is winning?
One of ABC’s programs, “This Week” saw the lives of Biden Senior Campaign Advisor Anita Dunn said that, “Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida are all states that we can reasonably assume we’re going to hear results from either election night or early the next morning.”
Trump Campaign Senior Advisor Jason Miller said “If you speak with many smart Democrats, they believe President Trump will be ahead on election night, probably getting 280 electoral, something in that range, and then they’re going to try to steal it back after the election.”
On the other side, Joe Biden said that it is high time Trump packed his things and leave the White House. He added to his statement that President Donald Trump has failed on the side of handling the pandemic and said that if he had taken the wearing of nose masks more seriously, America wouldn’t have reached this far of the virus spreading.
Donald Trump on his side said that to Michigan supporters, “We are going to win the state of Michigan again.”
“We should know the result of the election on November 3rd…that’s the way it’s been. ” Trump said.
Reports had it that mail-in ballots will delay voting and declaration of winner.
In the American election system, the president is elected indirectly by the people of each state, through an Electoral College. The Electoral College is made up of a group of people who are elected by voters to be electors of the president.