All the USA Election News You Need to Know

Here you will find all the latest news and updates on the USA elections. Stay informed and up to date on everything you need to know about the election process, candidates, and more.

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Introduction

It’s official, the 2020 United States Presidential Election is underway. In just a few short months, Americans will head to the polls to elect their next leader. The time leading up to election day is always heated, but this year feels different. With a global pandemic raging and the nation more divided than ever, there’s a lot at stake.

If you’re looking for unbiased and comprehensive coverage of all things election-related, look no further. In this guide, we’ll provide an overview of the election process in the United States and break down all the news you need to know leading up to November 3rd.

Primaries

The US election is finally upon us and candidates are already preparing themselves for the primaries. For those who don’t know, the primaries are a series of elections in which each party nominates a candidate for the general election. The primaries began on February 3rd in Iowa and will end on June 2nd in South Dakota.

Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday is the United States presidential primary election day in February or March when the greatest number of U.S. states hold an open presidential primary election.During a typical presidential election year, Super Tuesday falls anywhere from four to six weeks after the Iowa caucuses.

Super Tuesday 2020 will take place on March 3, and 14 states will participate: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia. (American Samoa also will hold caucuses that day.) Roughly one-third of all delegates needed to win the Democratic presidential nomination are up for grabs on Super Tuesday.

Delegate Count

As of March 3rd, 2020, here are the delegate counts for each candidate still in the race for the US primaries:

-Bernie Sanders: 975
-Joe Biden: 861
-Elizabeth Warren: 287
-Tulsi Gabbard: 2

Candidates

The 2020 presidential election is an upcoming election in the United States. The election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The election will be the 59th quadrennial presidential election. Incumbent President Donald Trump is running for re-election. He will be challenged by a number of Democratic Party candidates.

Joe Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden was elected the 44th president of the United States on November 3, 2020, defeating incumbent President Donald Trump. Biden served as Barack Obama’s vice president from 2009 to 2017 and represented Delaware in the U.S. Senate from 1973 to 2009. He is the oldest person to be elected president, at age 78.

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders is an American politician and junior United States Senator from Vermont. He is a member of the Democratic Party, and he has emerged as a leading progressive voice in the party. Sanders first gained national attention for his strong showing in the 2016 Democratic primaries, where he challenged Hillary Clinton for the party’s nomination. In 2020, he once again entered the presidential race, this time as a front-runner.

Sanders is known for his advocacy of progressive policies, including universal healthcare, free college tuition, and a $15 minimum wage. He has also been an outspoken critic of income inequality and corporate greed. Sanders has consistently polling as one of the most popular politicians in the United States, and he continues to be a powerful force within the Democratic Party.

Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren is an American politician and former academic serving as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts. She was formerly a law professor at Harvard Law School and is a member of the Democratic Party. Warren has consistently ranked as one of the most popular senators in the United States. Born in Oklahoma City, Warren was raised in a family of conservative Democrats. She graduated from the University of Houston and Rutgers School of Law–Newark. After working as a lawyer for several years, she became a law professor at several universities, including Rutgers and Harvard.

Mike Bloomberg

Michael Bloomberg is an American politician, philanthropist, and businessman who has served as the 108th Mayor of New York City, from 2002 to 2013. He is the founder, CEO, and owner of Bloomberg L.P., a financial data and media company. Bloomberg was a Democrat before he ran for mayor as a Republican in 2001, but he switched his party affiliation back to Democrat in 2007. He ran for president in 2020 as a Democrat.

Bloomberg was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and raised in a Jewish family. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1964 with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering. He then went on to earn an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1966. Bloomberg began his career at the investment bank Salomon Brothers before founding his own company, Bloomberg L.P., in 1981.

Bloomberg served three terms as Mayor of New York City, from 2002 to 2013. During his time in office, he reduced crime rates, improved public education, expanded public transportation, and redeveloped large portions of the city. He also worked to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and bring more clean energy jobs to New York City. In 2012, Bloomberg was ranked #9 on Forbes magazine’s list of the world’s most powerful people.

In 2019, Bloomberg announced that he would not be running for re-election as mayor and instead would focus on his work with Bloomberg L.P., philanthropy, and political activism. In 2020, he announced that he was running for president of the United States as a Democrat.

Issues

The United States of America is a federal republic consisting of 50 states, a federal district, five major territories, and various minor islands. The American people elect a president every four years who serves as both the head of state and head of government. The current president is Donald Trump, who was elected in 2016. The next election will be held in 2020.

Healthcare

Healthcare is a major issue in the United States. The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, was passed in 2010 and is still in effect. The ACA requires all Americans to have health insurance, but there are many people who still do not have coverage. In addition to the ACA, there are other health care issues that need to be addressed, such as the rising cost of prescription drugs and mental health care.

Climate Change

Even though the environment wasn’t a top concern for voters in the 2020 election, both President Trump and Joe Biden made it a key part of their platforms. Here’s where they stand on climate change and the environment.

Joe Biden has been outspoken about the need to address climate change, vowing to make it a priority during his administration. He has pledged to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement, which President Trump withdrew from in 2017, and he has also proposed a $2 trillion plan to invest in renewable energy and create jobs in the clean energy sector. In addition, Biden has said he would ban new oil and gas drilling on public lands and offshore areas, as well as halt any new permits for pipelines.

President Trump, on the other hand, has downplayed the issue of climate change, calling it a “hoax” created by the Chinese government. He has rolled back nearly 100 environmental regulations put in place by the Obama administration, including regulations on emissions from power plants and vehicles. Trump has also worked to promote oil and gas drilling in Alaska and opened up more public lands to drilling and mining.

Economy

Economic issue are central to the 2020 presidential election. The current president, Donald Trump, has made the economy a key focus of his administration and his reelection campaign. Democratic candidates, on the other hand, argue that Trump’s policies have benefited the wealthy while ignoring the needs of working families.

Here are some of the key economic issues in the 2020 election:

-Taxes: Trump has lowered taxes for corporations and wealthy Americans, while Democratic candidates have proposed higher taxes on the wealthy to fund programs like free college and universal healthcare.
-Trade: Trump has placed tariffs on imported goods from China and Mexico, while Democrats have criticized his trade policies as damaging to American businesses and consumers.
-Jobs: Both parties agree that creating jobs is a priority, but they differ on how to achieve this goal. Trump says his tax cuts have created jobs, while Democrats argue for investing in infrastructure and renewable energy.
-Wages: Wage growth has been slow under Trump, despite low unemployment levels. Democrats propose raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour, while Republicans argue that this would lead to job losses.

Conclusion

Election day is fast approaching and Americans all over the country are preparing to cast their votes. If you’re still trying to catch up on all the news and information regarding the election, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.

Here’s a quick recap of everything you need to know about the USA election:

-The election will take place on Tuesday, November 3rd.
-Voters will elect the President, as well as all 435 members of the House of Representatives and 34 Senators.
-The two main candidates for President are incumbent Donald Trump (Republican) and challenger Joe Biden (Democrat).
-Early voting has already begun in many states, so if you haven’t cast your ballot yet, be sure to check your state’s requirements.
-And finally, remember to stay up to date with all the latest election news by following our live coverage on Election Day.

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