Posted: Post Date – 10:34pm, Tuesday – November 8
Washington: The U.S. witnessed an unprecedented early midterm poll on Tuesday, with 41 million voters in attendance, 1 million more than the 2018 midterm elections, as both President Joe Biden and his predecessor Donald Trump sparked enthusiasm among voters on the agenda exercising their prerogatives on one of the most important ballots on the planet, including gun control, crime, violence, abortion rights, inflation and high prices and threats to democracy.
Media reports said that more Americans went to the polls during early voting than in the last midterm elections.
The U.S. Elections Project said 40,114,753 people had voted early nationwide as of Tuesday afternoon, including 18,325,512 in person and 21,789,241 early votes. According to media reports, some 39.1 million people voted early in 2018.
The Washington Post quoted Michael MacDonald, founder of the Elections Project at the University of Florida, as saying that this is an ongoing trend due to the higher availability of early voting.
“From election to election, we’ve been on an upward trajectory for early voting, as states are offering early voting more frequently or more widely. Also, voter enthusiasm is very high given the issues involved in this midterm election,” Mack Donner said.
Early votes in Democratic-run states show a trend against MAGA Republicans, even as pollsters predict that Trump’s red party could take either of the House of Representatives — the Senate or the House, with the former more likely .
New York, the blue state, offered early voting this time around, as Democratic supporters showed a preference for early voting, while Republican supporters tended to vote in person on Election Day. But this time, that trend was reversed, as Republicans voted 43.4 percent in Florida, compared with 36.7 percent for Democrats, according to the Election Project report. The other 19.9% were unaffiliated voters or voters registered with minor parties.
Pennsylvania, a battleground state where Trump has accused Democrats of rigging the polls, even though the state is often considered the battleground in a bitter Senate race between John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz, The state’s speed has already surpassed the national average.
While the Fox News Power Rankings consider the pivotal race a toss up, Democrats make up 69.7 percent of early voters and Republicans just 21.1 percent. Nationally, Republicans make up 34 percent of the nation’s early voters and Democrats make up 43 percent. Only 23 states reported partisan information, and a substantial 27 of the 50 states that are voting have yet to vote.
Biden turned his back to the wall in the final days of his campaign against Trump’s intensive campaign against inflation, which is affecting unemployed uneducated Latino voters, the Democrats’ trusted vote bank.
It was very important that Biden spoke in his closing remarks the day before the election about what to expect in the country over the next two years and beyond when the 2024 presidential election begins, rather than focusing on his job creation, student loan forgiveness and recovery. Achieving the right to abortion.
One or two of Trump’s billionaire funders publicly announced that they would not support Trump or pay for his campaign in favor of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis; Republican National Party also refused to support Trump Trump pays legal fees in all cases in court. They have yet to decide on Trump and his funding for the 2024 presidential campaign, although Trump has said he will announce his campaign by Nov. 15.
Biden is battling voter anxiety fueled by Trump and some Republicans about how inflation and how high food and gas prices are disrupting their lives.
Media reports said Biden, in his last appearance, focused more on the threat to the country if Republicans took office and seized the Senate and House, or both.
One of the most telling scenes is at Florida Memorial University, where he paces nervously around the podium with a microphone in hand, after a long pause to say, “This year’s ballot is democracy.
Together with your rights of choice and privacy. This is deadly serious, man. “
He described modern Republicans as “dangerous elements” who are “willing to seize power by undermining democracy.”
Some Democratic senators wondered whether Biden’s predictions about dangerous MAGA Republicans could disrupt the GOP’s campaign on the issue of high inflation, which affects voters more. Others said Democrats should focus more on the economy than restoring abortion rights.
“It was a mistake,” said Representative Ro Khanna, a Democrat from California who believes Democrats should match Biden’s efforts to bring home manufacturing jobs to Republicans who want tax cuts for businesses Compare.
“I’ve been saying for months that we need to make this election an economic option,” Khanna was quoted as saying.
Experts such as Robert Gibbs, who served as press secretary in the Obama White House, said Biden’s midterm gravity on MAGA’s Republican campaign was not good. Biden’s warnings about a GOP takeover are hard to remember for voters, he said.
Republican candidates have exploited voter apathy and indecision toward urban crime, southern border immigration and, most importantly, Democrats whose inflation rate is 8.2 percent higher than last year — even as corporate profits hit their highest level in 70 years.
Gibbs said the “here and now” of inflation makes Biden’s warnings of a GOP takeover difficult to stick to.
“Tuesday’s election was the first national election since the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol led by Trump supporters. It was also the first since the Supreme Court decided in June to abolish abortion rights. This time The election is not a referendum. It’s a choice,” Biden has often said, wanting to make the race less about his popularity, with approval ratings in his 40s, and more about the Democratic vision versus Trumpism.
Fearing violence, election authorities and the Department of Justice deployed election monitors on Election Day to 64 locations to ensure compliance with voter access laws and prevent intimidation and interference, including Arizona, New Hampshire, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and more8 Battleground states, Nevada, etc.