The 2020 United States presidential election.
The 59th US presidential election sees incumbent Republican President Donald Trump facing off against the last administration‘s Vice President Joe Biden for the Democrats.
Polls open November 3, 2020 at 05:30 GMT -05:00 in US presidential election in New York City
Oholivetv.com is live from New York City on Tuesday, November 3, as voters head to polling stations to cast their ballots in the 59th US presidential election. Americans are choosing between incumbent President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden to lead the country for the next four years.
People gather in front of the White House during US presidential election night
People are gathering at the Black Lives Matter Plaza, in front of the White House in Washington DC on Tuesday November 3, on the occasion of the 59th US presidential election. The organisers call for the voters to come and support democracy and demonstrate against the incumbent president Donald Trump, who is standing against former Vice President Joe Biden.
Reactions to 59th US presidential election at Times Square
Oholivetv.com is live from Times Square in New York City on Tuesday, November 3, as voters gather in expectation of the US presidential election results announcement.
Polls close in US presidential election in Washington DC
Oholivetv.com is live from Washington DC on Tuesday, November 3, where polling stations are set to close in the 59th US presidential election.
Joe Biden holds event on US presidential election night: stakeout
Live outside White House following preliminary results of US presidential election
Oholivetv.com is live from outside the Chase Centre in Wilmington, Delaware, on Tuesday, November 3 as Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden is holding an event during the US presidential election night. Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris is also expected to attend. The presidential race between Biden and incumbent President of the United States Donald Trump has been dominated by criticism of the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, police brutality and racial discrimination. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated 80 million voters were expected to vote by mail this year – almost double the number of 2016 – as a security measure to limit gatherings and the spread of the virus. This could delay the announcement of the official results by days or weeks, as some states will accept ballots that arrive after election day.
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