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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Voters in several U.S. states have received mysterious robocalls urging them to stay home on Election Day, according to state and party officials.
(Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic, an unprecedented number of ballots cast early, the lack of consistency about how these votes will be counted, and ongoing legal battles have made the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election one of the hardest to predict.
(Reuters) - For many Americans, this is the coronavirus election.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich./PITTSBURGH, Pa (Reuters) - President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden made a last-ditch push for votes in battleground states on Monday as their campaigns prepared for post-election disputes that could prolong a divisive presidential election.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (Xinhua) -- Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump, the Republican incumbent, in four key swing states, according to a poll released on Sunday, just two days before Election Day.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With two days to go, Democrat Joe Biden holds a commanding national lead over President Donald Trump amid deep voter concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, but Trump is keeping his hopes alive by staying competitive in the swing states that could decide the White House race.
MIRI: The Election Commission (EC) has, in its meetings with state government leaders, said it was worried about the safety of helicopter flights into remote Sarawak if the 12th State Election were to be organised now.
(Reuters) - New Zealand has provisionally voted to legalise euthanasia but is on course to reject law changes that would allow recreational marijuana use, the country's Electoral Commission said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Democrats say their advantage in early voting has allowed Joe Biden's presidential campaign to sharpen its get-out-the-vote operation by targeting a smaller universe of potential supporters, while Republicans brace for an all-or-nothing scramble to turn out votes for President Donald Trump on Nov. 3.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Dozens of activist groups who claim to represent millions of Americans from both political parties plan to hit the streets next week, if President Donald Trump appears to be interfering with vote counting or manipulating poll results after Election Day.