All the political candidates in the U.S. elections are leaving no stone unturned as they head towards states to consolidate their voter base. All four candidates: The President, the Presidential Nominee, the Vice President and the Vice President Nominee are campaigning back to back, competing for the maximum possible votes on November 3, Election Day.
Today, October 27, 2020 President Donald Trump will be holding rallies in three states: Michigan, Nebraska and Wisconsin. Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden will hold two events in Georgia, a state that has continually sent Republicans to the White house from 1996. Both of them will be accompanied by their spouses. Former president Barack Obama will return to Florida, in support of Biden.
The running mates Trump’s Vice President Mike Pence and Biden’s Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris also have packed schedules in battleground states as this may prove to be one of the most closely contested elections. All the candidates are looking for last moment pushes forward as they criss cross the country in attempts to woo undecided or disgruntled voters. Economy and the pandemic have made it a difficult election with both sides trading barbs and trying to swing states away from their usual voting patterns.