U.S. Presidential Election 2020: U.S. voters vote today to elect their new president. In the election held four years ago, Donald Trump of the Republican Party then defeated leading Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton in the inquiry. This time, according to the survey, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden is once again ahead of his rival Donald Trump.
NavbharatTimes.com | Updated: Nov 3, 2020 at 5:33 PM IST
Donald Trump and Joe Biden
American voters vote today to elect their new president. In the election held four years ago, Donald Trump of the Republican Party then defeated leading Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton in the inquiry. This time, according to the survey, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden is once again ahead of his rival Donald Trump. However, the real decision will not come until after today’s vote is over. In which it will be decided on whose head the crown will become the new president of America. The Democratic Party’s electoral symbol is the donkey, while the Republican’s electoral symbol is the elephant. What are the two parties in America?
Presidential elections are held every 4 years in the United States on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. America has a two-party system and the president belongs to one of those two parties. The Republican is the Conservative Party and this year its candidate is Donald Trump. It is also called the Grand Old Party. In recent years, he has focused on issues of low tax rates, gun rights and immigration restrictions. George Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon were once Republican presidents. At the same time, the Democrat is the Liberal Party and its candidate is Joe Biden. Democrats are focusing on civil rights, immigration, and climate change issues. Who can participate in the presidential elections in America?
According to the US Constitution, any citizen born naturally in the United States and over the age of 35 and a person who has been a citizen of the United States for 14 years can run for office. According to the Federal Election Commission, this year more than 1,000 people expressed their desire to run in the United States, but there will only be two names on the ballot. When will the exit poll take place in America?
After the end of the vote on Tuesday at 9 p.m. in the United States, many media institutions will immediately publish the exit poll. This should clear up the picture of Trump or Biden winning the US election. A large number of people have been polled in the United States, the exit poll results will not be much different from the election results. According to Indian time, voting will end in the United States at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday. When will the result of the US presidential election come?
Regarding the outcome of the US election, it cannot be said clearly that the results will come on November 3 after the vote is over. This time, due to the Corona virus, a large number of people voted by email and postal ballot. Which will only be counted in the respective state. It is believed that due to the counting of the postal ballot this time, the election results may be delayed. How is the presidential vote in America?
Although most of the votes in the country fall at the polling station, but this year, due to the Corona virus, changes can be observed. In the 2016 election proper, 21% of voters voted by post. This time too can be seen. Most politicians are calling for the use of mail ballots, but President Trump says it’s more likely a fraud. In the United States, 55% or 90 million voters have already voted. How many votes does it take to win the presidential election in America?
To win the presidency in the United States, Donald Trump or Joe Biden would have to obtain more than 50% of the votes of the electoral colleges. The Electoral College has 538 votes in the United States. This means that any candidate will need to get 270 votes or more to win. When will the swearing-in ceremony for the new US president take place?
In the US constitution, the date for taking the oath of office to the new president is set. Whenever there is a presidential election in America, the winning candidates enter the White House on January 20. This series has not been interrupted to this day. This time too, whoever wins the election of Trump and Biden will take the helm in the White House on that date What is the popular vote in the US presidential election?
Voters in America elect their constituents by vote. In other words, when the public votes, it elects not its president but its representative of the state. These voters vote for the election of the president. It is not necessary for the voter who chooses his voter to vote for the presidential candidate of the electorate. Voters in 50 states elect 538 voters by popular vote. They form an electoral college. Donald Trump won the 2016 election with the voters’ vote. How many Native American voters are there in America?
In the United States, 19 Lakh voters are of Native American descent. Their number is 0.82% of the total American voters. The American Indian community is among the influential segment. Voters of Indian descent do not have a direct inclination towards one party. Yet Donald Trump shows his ties to the Indian public through rallies in Howdy Modi and Ahmedabad. At the same time, Joe Biden is also trying to make Kamala Harris, of Indian descent, the face of the post of vice president. Which states are swing states in America?
There are many states in the United States where there is a close fight between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. These states are believed to play an important role in electing a new president in this election. They include the states of Georgia, Texas, Ohio, Visconis, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvanian, Florida, Arizona, and Nevada.
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