Trump, Biden Campaigns Target 2020's Key Election Voting Blocs

November 2, 2020 - 5:02am EST
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Over 90 million Americans have already voted, and the campaigns are making targeted efforts to turn out key blocs. Trends have shifted from four years ago among groups like seniors and Latinos.

Dec 1 - 11:53am EST

A loosely assembled group of House and Senate lawmakers released a legislative framework they hope can break the months-long impasse between party leaders and the White House on pandemic relief.

Dec 1 - 11:27am EST

The team is led by Janet Yellen, a former Fed chair who Biden nominated for treasury secretary. Other nominees, like OMB nominee Neera Tanden, may face stiff Republican opposition.

Dec 1 - 9:26am EST

Eastern Europe's populist leaders are having a hard time accepting that President Trump lost the election. President-elect Joe Biden says he is committed to rebuilding ties with the European Union.

Dec 1 - 5:07am EST

President Trump won the state of North Carolina by a narrow margin in this year's election. But rural counties gave Republicans even more votes than they did in 2016.

Dec 1 - 5:01am EST

Joe Biden won by tapping into a diverse group of voters who were on a mission to defeat President Trump. But now without Trump, Biden faces a daunting challenge to keep that coalition together.

Dec 1 - 5:01am EST

Christopher Krebs, who led the federal government's efforts to secure the 2020 election, called the operation near seamless despite President Trump's claims to the contrary.

Nov 30 - 10:21pm EST

Atlas, who was a radiologist by training, pushed fringe theories about the coronavirus, including the idea that large numbers of people should get infected in order to reach so-called "herd immunity."

Nov 30 - 3:51pm EST

President-elect Joe Biden has named more members of his economic team. It's a diverse and experienced group that Biden is counting on to help revive an economy hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

Nov 30 - 3:43pm EST

"We do elections well here in Arizona. The system is strong and that's why I have bragged on it so much," said GOP Gov. Doug Ducey. Meanwhile, the state GOP tweeted, "DO NOT CERTIFY A FALSE ELECTION!"