Biden’s first “virtual town hall” Friday evening was marred by technical difficulties, signaling the challenges ahead as candidates try to avoid large gatherings. Sunday’s one-on-one Democratic debate will be held without a live audience.
The Trump campaign is also embracing reimagined efforts to get out the vote: It said Friday that the campaign and the Republican National Committee will be holding “virtual events with top surrogates” and training thousands of supporters online.
President Trump’s potential Democratic rivals will go before the voters Saturday in the Northern Mariana Islands and Tuesday in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio — contests in which Biden hopes to add to his delegate lead and put the nomination beyond Sanders’s reach.
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