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United States Presidential Elections 2020

Posted On: Jun 22, 2021   |   Posted By: Politic365

United States Presidential Elections 2020

The 2020 Presidential Elections are scheduled for November 3 rd. However, rumor has it that the elections might get postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whether or not the elections are held is another question, but here are some theories suggesting what might happen in the near future in the context of the Presidential Elections.
Scenario 1: Elections Are Held The Traditional Way
The first possibility is that the elections are held on the announced date in a traditional way which involves people going to the booth and casting votes. If that is the case, then authorities would have to arrange for extra booths because of social distancing guidelines to be practiced. The United States government can look at South Korea's example which held its elections in the COVID-19 times and learn some safety protocols from them.
If the elections are held the traditional way and the government is able to ensure all the safety protocols, the outcome of the election will not be further impacted by the already...

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