The Final Days Before The Election
November 7, 2020
Just five days before the 2020 presidential election, people are racing to hand in their mail-in vote ballots in fear of missing the cutoff date to hand them in. “Voters who have not mailed the ballot as of this date should not mail their ballots and should find another means to vote,” said David Fineman, chair of the nonpartisan Fair Elections Center. But if you have missed the date to turn in your ballot, officials are encouraging voters to come up with alternative voting plans, such as submitting their ballots at official ballot boxes, or voting in person on November 3rd. If you do decide to vote in person, you should bring your blank absentee ballot with you, and you might be able to submit your completed absentee ballot at the polls. According to the U.S. Elections Project, more than 70 million people have already voted in the 2020 election, including almost 50 million people by mail.
It all comes down to this moment November 3rd Joe Biden or Donald Trump, right now Joe Biden has a huge lead within the Electoral College Votes.. So what are the latest odds on winning? Joe Biden remains the favorite in the next US presidential bet as he and President Trump enter the all-important last week of campaigning ahead of the November 3rd vote. Though it may take a while to count all of the mail in ballots in all 50 states, so we may not know who our president is until Friday night or Saturday morning. After following the final head-to-head debate, President Trump’s US election odds have stagnated, with Biden still the odds on favorite.