In the United States, 56 million Americans across the country voted on the first day of early voting on October 24. To vote early, New Yorkers lined up in kilometer-long lines, reports Reuters.
“New Yorkers have joined the stream of more than 56 million Americans across the country to vote ahead of schedule at a record speed,” it said.
The polling stations opened on October 24 and will continue to work until the main election day – November 3. Early personal voting will continue in the state until November 1.
Note that in the United States, you can vote in advance by mail, however, despite this, many Americans preferred to make sure that their vote was taken into account and were ready to stand in queues for hours to influence the situation in the country.
The U.S. presidential election is scheduled for November 3, 2020. The current leader of the country, Donald Trump, and former Vice President Joe Biden will compete for the presidency.
President of the United States of America Donald Trump voted early in a general election. He voted in the Palm Beach County Library. The vote was “safe” and “perfect”, he said. Trump admitted that he voted for himself.
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