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LITTLE HAVANA, Florida (Reuters) - A wave of support from Hispanic voters gave President Donald Trump a narrow victory in Florida on Tuesday night, boosting his chances of re-election.
(Reuters) - Tech companies are trying to curb a surge in U.S. election misinformation, with President Donald Trump and his allies taking to social media to falsely claim victory and make unsupported allegations of voter fraud.
WILMINGTON, Delaware/ WASHINGTON (Reuters): President Donald Trump took the lead over Democratic rival Joe Biden in the vital battleground of Florida and other US swing states on Tuesday, but Biden pinned his White House hopes on Arizona and a “blue wall” of three Rust Belt states that could take days to count their votes.
WASHINGTON (AP): Republicans are keeping their legal options open to challenge absentee ballots in Pennsylvania, if the battleground state could swing President Donald Trump's re-election. A top Democratic lawyer says the suits are meant to sow doubt about the results and lack merit.
LONDON (Reuters) - Democratic candidate Joe Biden was back as clear favorite to win the U.S. presidential election in online betting markets on Wednesday, a reversal of fortune for President Donald Trump who had been favoured overnight.
WASHINGTON (AFP): Polls in US battleground states began to close Tuesday (Nov 3), inching the contest between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden to its nail-biting conclusion, following a race fought in unprecedented conditions of a global pandemic and the most deeply divided electorate in decades.
ARLINGTON (AFP): US President Donald Trump on Tuesday (Nov 3) again sought to sow doubt over the counting of ballots beyond Election Day, saying the country was "entitled" to know who won on the day of the vote.
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.