The 3rd of November is Election Day in the United States when Republican presidential nominee and incumbent president, Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee, ex-Vice President Joe Biden will be contending for the most prestigious office in the country.
In-person early voting in several states started in September, and on Thursday, it also kicks off in North Carolina, with Washington, Louisiana, New Mexico, Nevada, and Massachusets joining in the next few days.
Following a fiery first round debate, subsequent debates between the candidates, Donald Trump and Joe Biden, were cancelled amid the pandemic, as POTUS was diagnosed with coronavirus. Instead, both candidates will be present at two separate major events, that will be simultaneously braodcast on TV on Thursday night: Trump will participate in an NBC News town hall in Miami, while Biden will take part in an ABC News town hall in Philadelphia.
According to data from the US Election Project, more than 14 million Americans have cast their votes so far.