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One week away from the US elections, Trump considers the confirmation of Judge Barrett a victory, a wave of mail votes

One week away from the US elections, Trump considers the confirmation of Judge

The November 3 US presidential election is just seven days away, as candidates to lead the world's most powerful state in the next four years have turned on the engines to make it impossible to attract as many undecided voters as possible. itself, this as apparently the results of these elections will be very narrow. As the country focuses on the final week of the presidential campaign, President Donald Trump sees a victory in the Senate confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, the candidate he has selected for the vacant Supreme Court seat. Democrats have objected, saying her appointment should not have been made so close to election day. The Senate vote comes as former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, leads in most polls in his race to be the next president. But the race appears close to the major states that can decide the outcome. One issue that attracts the attention of many voters is the administration's response to COVID-19. Vice President Mike Pence said he would continue campaigning this week even though his top aides tested positive for the infection. This is because his test was negative. Trump, meanwhile, rallied in small northeastern states such as New Hampshire and Maine, the small number of ballots of which could be crucial in the event of a narrow result. The two presidential candidates are seeking a 270-vote majority from the 538-member Electoral College. In 2016 Mr. Trump lost 4 New Hampshire electoral votes by a narrow margin to Democrat Hillary Clinton. But about four years ago he won one of Maine's four electoral votes, that of his rural district, and is currently in close competition with Mr. Biden for the area. VOA reports that Mr. Trump won this state in 2016, but this time polls show Mr. Biden in a narrow lead over him. According to opinion polls, less than 5 percent of voters have not yet decided who they will vote for. Many of Mr Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. But about four years ago he won one of Maine's four electoral votes, that of his rural district, and is currently in close competition with Mr. Biden for the area. VOA reports that Mr. Trump won this state in 2016, but this time polls show Mr. Biden in a narrow lead over him. According to opinion polls, less than 5 percent of voters have not yet decided who they will vote for. Many of Mr Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. But about four years ago he won one of Maine's four electoral votes, that of his rural district, and is currently in close competition with Mr. Biden for the area. VOA reports that Mr. Trump won this state in 2016, but this time polls show Mr. Biden in a narrow lead over him. According to opinion polls, less than 5 percent of voters have not yet decided who they will vote for. Many of Mr. Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr. Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. VOA reports that Mr. Trump won this state in 2016, but this time polls show Mr. Biden in a narrow lead over him. According to opinion polls, less than 5 percent of voters have not yet decided who they will vote for. Many of Mr. Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr. Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. VOA reports that Mr. Trump won this state in 2016, but this time polls show Mr. Biden in a narrow lead over him. According to opinion polls, less than 5 percent of voters have not yet decided who they will vote for. Many of Mr Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. Many of Mr Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades. Many of Mr. Biden's early supporters have said they wanted to be among the first to vote against Mr. Trump. Meanwhile, many Republicans say they plan to vote on election day, as has been the US tradition for decades.

Vote by mail

Early and postal voting for the presidential election has already surpassed the level recorded four years ago, according to an independent poll whose results were published on Sunday. The U.S. Electoral Project, an institute established at the University of Florida, announced nine days before the election that 60 million voters had cast their ballots by Monday, Reuters reports. In early 2016, 57 million voters cast their ballots early, in person or by mail, the U.S. Electoral Assistance Commission website reported. Millions of Americans voted earlier worried about the continuation of the coronavirus pandemic or motivated by rivalry between Republican President Donald Trump and former Vice President Democrat Joe Biden. For now, Democrats, who have strongly encouraged early voting this year, are leading the turnout, but it is not yet known whether this will affect the final outcome of the election. Reuters writes that US officials in charge of conducting the election are facing a number of challenges this year, given that public distrust in the election results has increased. The agency recalls that top officials from the US security sector warned last week that Russia and Iran were invading the US electoral system.