Election 2020

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‘All in’ for Trump: These White men, the strongest Trump supporters, say they can’t be swayed

The president’s plan for reelection is to find more of them, as a majority of women have sided with Biden.

Supreme Court live updates: Biden says Trump is trying to ‘steal away’ health-care protections

Republicans are eyeing Oct. 12 as the first day of Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Barrett’s nomination.

Trump announces Judge Amy Coney Barrett is his pick for the Supreme Court

President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court sets up a bitter confirmation battle just weeks before the presidential election.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made his pitch on Sept. 26 to the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Fall Leadership Meeting.
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The Fix’s Natalie Jennings breaks down the 2020 implications of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death and how both presidential campaigns have reacted.
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We don’t know all the details, but it seems likely that it isn’t Democrats who are seeking to skew the election.
A prominent Democratic donor is urging groups to change course as the election nears.
Activists from both sides have been galvanized by the prospect that a newly conservative Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion ruling. But each party sees risks in focusing too heavily on abortion as the court fight unfolds.
Safeguards are in place to keep people from voting twice, elections officials said.
The announcement comes after city officials said the arena east of the Anacostia River wouldn’t be available.
On Friday, the president plans to stage events in Florida, Georgia and Virginia and hold a fundraiser at his hotel in Washington.
The ballots that tens of thousands of voters have obtained online cannot be scanned directly by the state’s machines.
  • Analysis
Voters still prefer Trump — but new analysis and polling shows Democrats with an advantage on the issue.
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Packed rallies vs. distanced gatherings: How Trump and Biden's campaigns look different
The Post’s Anne Gearan explains how President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden take opposite approaches to campaigning during a pandemic.
Impeachment upends the race | On the 2020 trail
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In all-important Florida, older voters are turning away from Trump | The 2020 Map
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Biden and Trump face voters onstage for the first time | The 2020 Fix
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FBI director says Russia is still trying to interfere in U.S. election
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