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2020 United States presidential election

President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn into office at noon on Inauguration Day. Vice-president elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in shortly before that.

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2020 United States presidential electionSlide2

The 2020 United States presidential election was the 59th quadrennial presidential election held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The Democratic ticket of former vice president 

Joe Biden

 and 

U.S. senator

 

Kamala Harris

 defeated the 

Republican

 ticket of incumbent president 

Donald Trump

 and vice president 

Mike Pence

. Slide3
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Trump secured the Republican nomination without any serious opposition. In contrast, Biden secured the Democratic nomination over his closest rival, Senator Bernie Sanders, in a competitive primary that featured the largest field of presidential candidates for any political party in the modern era of American politics. Biden's running mate, Senator Harris from California, is the first African-American, first Asian-American, and third female[b] vice presidential nominee on a major party ticket. Central issues of the election included the public health and economic impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, civil unrest in reaction to the police killing of George Floyd and others and the future of the Supreme Court following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett.[9]Slide5
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Presidentialcandidate[d]

Vice presidential

candidate

[e]

Party or 

label

[f]

Ballot access

 

(including 

write-in

)

States

/

DC

Electors

Voters

[179]

Joe Biden

Kamala Harris

Democratic

51

538

100%

Donald Trump

Mike Pence

Republican

51

538

100%

Jo Jorgensen

Spike Cohen

Libertarian

51

538

100%

Howie Hawkins

Angela Walker

Green

30 

(46)

381 

(511)

73.2% 

(95.8%)

Gloria La Riva

Sunil Freeman

Socialism and Liberation

15 

(33)

195 

(401)

37.0% 

(76.1%)

Rocky De La Fuente

Darcy Richardson

Alliance

15 

(26)

183 

(292)

34.7% 

(54.4%)

Don Blankenship

William Mohr

Constitution

18 

(30)

166 

(305)

31.2% 

(56.8%)

Brock Pierce

Karla Ballard

Independent

16 

(30)

115 

(279)

19.1% 

(49.2%)

Kanye West

Michelle Tidball

Birthday

12 

(28)

84 

(237)

14.4% 

(41.8%)

Brian Carroll

Amar Patel

American Solidarity

(39)

66 

(463)

11.4% 

(87.7%)

Jade Simmons

Claudeliah J. Roze

Becoming One Nation

(38)

15 

(372)

2.7% 

(68.9%)Slide8
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While Joe Biden is the United States’ president-elect, there are several key dates on his road to the White House.Slide10

Under federal law, states must give an official vote count “as soon as practicable”. These tallies are subject to legal challenges and recounts, the criteria and timeline of which are regulated under individual states’ laws.Slide11

President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn into office at noon on Inauguration Day. Vice-president elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in shortly before that.January 20