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U.S. first lady Melania Trump arrives to cast her vote during the 2020 general election



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U.S. first lady Melania Trump arrives to cast her vote during the 2020 presidential election at Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center in Palm Beach, Florida, Tuesday, November 3.

👉A grueling, bitterly fought U.S. presidential campaign comes to a close Tuesday.

Tens of millions of voters are casting ballots to decide whether to keep incumbent President Donald Trump as the country’s chief executive for the next four years or oust him in favor of former Vice President Joe Biden.

Here are the latest developments:

Polls are open throughout the United States.

Biden began Election Day by attending Mass at a Delaware church. Biden also is making appearances in two Pennsylvania cities before returning to Delaware to give an evening address.

During a visit to his childhood hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania Biden told supporters one of the reasons he is seeking the presidency is to “restore the soul of the country.”

Trump started the morning by calling the “Fox & Friends” program and saying he would declare himself the winner “when there is victory, if there is victory.” Trump also visited his re-election headquarters outside Washington before returning to the White House.

While visiting the headquarters, Trump was asked about last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to reject a Republican Party effort to block a three-day extension for Pennsylvania election officials to receive absentee ballots, meaning the court would not intercede in the state’s vote count. “I think it’s a very dangerous thing they’ve done with that decision,” Trump said.

Trump also said he has not given thought to a concession or acceptance speech. “Hopefully, we’ll be only doing one of those two and, you know, winning is easy. Losing is never easy, not for me it’s not,” he said.

Election officials in the most populous county in Ohio, Franklin County, said Tuesday it switched to paper poll books to check in voters after glitches in its electronic check-in system. The glitch does not affect voting machines.




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