US Elections 2020 Live Updates: Tomorrow’s US presidential election. Democrat candidate Joe Biden is fighting against incumbent President and Republican candidate Donald Trump. Voting will start at 4.30 pm Indian time tomorrow. Kamala Harris, a Democrat of Indian descent, is running for vice president.
The time interval between America and India is ten and a half hours. Voting begins at 8 a.m. US time and will continue until 9 p.m.
E-mail voting has increased this year for the corona infection. The rest will vote on Tuesday. It will be clear by Wednesday who will be in the White House for the next four years – Trump, the Republican candidate, or Biden, the Democrat candidate. Will Kamala Harris be the first Indian Vice President of Indian descent?
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Democrat candidate Joe Biden got off to a good start in the White House race. According to the latest news, Biden won five votes in Dixville Notch, a small town in New Hampshire near the US-Canada border. Incidentally, Dixville Notch is one of the first corners of the country from where the results of the polls have started coming. According to US media, Dixville Notch voted for the then Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016.
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