Joe Biden took the first 2020 Election Day victory by winning all five votes in a tiny New Hampshire town.
Dixville Notch posted its final balance sheet on a handwritten billboard just after midnight Tuesday, as most Americans turn a blind eye before polls open nationwide this morning.
The city near the Canadian border was among the first in the United States to announce election results in 60 years. Hillary Clinton achieved one of her first victories in 2016.
That year, all five ballots were cast within three minutes after midnight.
Meanwhile, 12 miles away in Millsfield, the ballot boxes also opened at 12:01 p.m. All votes were received shortly after Dixville Notch. President Donald Trump won this competition by 16 votes against Biden's five.
Joe Biden secured his first election day 2020 victory by winning all five votes in the tiny town of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. President Trump claimed a second victory in neighboring Millsville minutes later
Dixville Notch posted its final balance sheet on a handwritten billboard shortly after midnight Tuesday
Ordinarily there would be a large food spill and a lot of media crowded into a small space to follow the vote in Dixville Notch, city host Tom Tillotson said last week.
However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, this is no longer possible. It's also hard to keep track of the tradition's 60th anniversary, which began in November 1960.
"Sixty years – and unfortunately we can't celebrate it," he said.
A third parish with a midnight vote, Hart & # 39; s Location, suspended the tradition of voting due to concerns about the coronavirus. It was decided to hold the vote on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The town of White Mountains began early voting in 1948 to accommodate railroad workers who had to work before normal voting hours. It finally stopped in 1964 and brought it back in 1996.
In recent years, Dixville Notch was one of the first in the US to announce election results, giving Hillary Clinton one of her first victories in 2016. Pictured: The Hale House at Balsams Resort, where the vote was held at midnight on Tuesday
The five residents of Dixville Notch: Tanner, Debra and Tom Tillotson with Joe Casey and Les Otten stand together after the vote during the historic midnight vote at Hale House
Voters gather during the midnight vote at Hale House in the historic Balsams Resort
The parishes also vote just after midnight for New Hampshire's first presidential primary in the nation, held on Feb.11.
That was almost not the case at Dixville Notch that year when one person moved away, leaving the remaining four residents with some of the minimum required to complete various electoral assignments.
This was fixed when a developer who was working on renovating the now closed Balsams Resort, where the voting tradition began, was moving in.
For years, voting was held in a wood-paneled room with political memorabilia in Balsam, which was closed in 2011.
Some of these items were taken to a former cooking school on the property, where voting was held on Tuesday.
Les Otten, who lives in Dixville Notch (right), hands over his ballot to city presenter Tom Tillotson (left) shortly after midnight on Tuesday
Tom Tillotson shows an empty ballot box after counting the votes early Tuesday morning
According to electoral law in New Hampshire, communities with fewer than 100 residents can open and close their polling stations at midnight when all registered voters have completed their civic duty.
Most of the polling stations on the east coast open at 6 or 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
But with an enormous expansion of mail-in votes to protect against the COVID-19 pandemic, almost 100 million people have already cast ballots.
While many early Democratic votes are believed to have been cast – encouraged by Biden to take the opportunity – Trump's campaign is hoping for a massive wave of Republican supporters to vote in person on Tuesday.
Both candidates hit the election campaign hard on Monday and urged voters to vote.
Trump waves to a cheering crowd in Kenosha on Monday night as he finishes his re-election campaign
Biden speaks at a campaign freeze in Monaca, Pennsylvania on Monday
Biden heads into election day with a string of positive news on the election front – with new polls on Monday showing he leads Trump in Florida and Ohio – and a massive poll that gives him the edge in battlefield states.
New Quinnipiac University polls released Monday gave him a five point lead in Florida (47 to 42), a four point lead in Ohio (47 to 43), while a new Marist / NBC poll gave him a lead in Pennsylvania got 5 points (51 to 46). and over a majority there.
Of the big battlefields, Biden may also be able to endure the day at Electoral College without Florida and Ohio – which at least gives him the opportunity to score a decisive victory when the wind blows his way on Tuesday, even with a record two-thirds of the vote already in.
In a poll released the day before election day, Biden leads out of error in several key battlefield states. That gives him enough head start to take over the White House.
Even deep red Texas seems up in the air with a tie between the Democratic candidate and Trump.
Florida, the most influential swing state with 29 Electoral College votes, and Pennsylvania, with 20 Electoral College votes, are two must-see states for Trump to secure another term.
Biden is six points ahead of Biden in Florida and nine points ahead of Biden in Pennsylvania, according to a Morning Consult poll published Monday October 22-31.
It is unclear how many results will be known Tuesday night, as experts have speculated it could take weeks to declare a winner, which could potentially spark days of protests.
Cities across the country have boarded up shops, storefronts, office buildings, restaurants, hotels and other real estate in anticipation of possible violence.
Get ready for the most thrilling election in history: your hourly guide on what to expect when America chooses between Donald Trump and Joe Biden
2020 election night is unlike any American before – with the presidency in balance and a record number of votes counted in the teeth of the COVID pandemic.
Once the polls are complete, the potential for chaos and crisis will only begin. Here is DailyMail.com's hourly guide on what to look out for as the US decides whether and who to be Donald Trump or Joe Biden in the White House Senate controls.
All times are EST.
Initial polls in parts of Indiana and Kentucky will be closed.
All polls close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont and Virginia. The rest of the Indiana and Kentucky polls will be closed. Florida polls, except for those in the Panhandle, which is located in Central Time, are closing.
WHAT TO SEE
EXIT POLLS: Initial polls on the exit could be done in minutes – but in a pandemic year it's unclear how precise they will be, with at least 93 million voting ahead of time or by postal vote. A large turnout in Georgia could mean the lines are still outside the polling stations – an issue that weighed on them in the recent election.
All polls close in North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia
WHAT TO SEE
NORTH CAROLINA – TRUMP WON IN 2016
Initial results will be available within minutes – but they can be very small percentages of the total vote. North Carolina estimates that about 80 percent of its votes will be counted on election night, starting with the personal area code sums and the postal ballot papers received by November 2nd. In the hours following the polls, the state will personally report the votes votes on election day. The state allows postal ballot papers to be submitted until November 12th. If so, it may take several days for a final result to be announced.
Polls in North Carolina have repeatedly switched between Trump and Biden. Trump won the state in 2016. An Emerson poll that ended the poll on Oct. 30 shows the candidates are bound. The Real Clear Politics poll average has Trump a tiny 0.5 percent lead. The race in the Senate is just as closely fought. Republican Thom Tillis hopes to hold out, but Democrat Cal Cunningham rose 2.2% on the latest average, despite admitting sexting a woman who was not his wife.
Could it be the end: South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham finds himself in the battle of his political life with Jamie Harrison
SOUTH CAROLINA – REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE
Not in the game for the presidential election – but a highly competitive Senate race could end Republican Lindsey Graham's career and replace Democrat Jaime Harrison. Graham was three to six points ahead in the last three polls, but Harrison funded him tens of millions of dollars and there have been too few polls to make sure Graham is safe. The state says it will start reporting from about
EXIT POLLS: Polls for the swing states of North Carolina and Ohio are expected now. Biden's campaign believes Ohio can turn it around, even though it went 8.3% to Trump in 2016. His Republican governor predicts an extremely close Trump victory.
All polls close in Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Washington, DC. Most polls close in Texas and Michigan. Central time polls close in Kansas, North and South Dakota. Remaining polls, in Central Time in the Panhandle, close in Florida.
WHAT TO SEE
FLORIDA – TRUMP WON 2016
The first official results are expected within minutes of Panhandle's surveys being completed – and give an indication of how the multi-year swing state has gone. Florida is used to processing large numbers of postal ballot papers. Early voting numbers are also posted quickly. These numbers are followed by a personal vote. But officials believe they will still count in the daylight on Wednesday.
Biden could have an early head start in this state and see it decrease as the night progresses. He's only one point ahead of the Real Clear Politics survey average in Trump's adopted country. A significant portion of Florida’s results should be reported by 8:30 p.m. – so the state will at least state whether one or the other candidate can expect a blowout
Must Win: Barack Obama held a rally in Miami Monday night to support the state's Latino and black voters
OHIO – TRUMP WON 2016
The first results could already be announced at 8 p.m. Districts must announce the results of all postal ballot papers received by election day and any early votes. You can then start counting the ballots cast on election day and these will be updated overnight. The number of pending postal ballots is reported on election night, which means the number of crunchers can determine if there are enough pending ballots to influence the president's race. Ballot papers postmarked November 2nd can be counted until November 13th – a clear result can therefore take more than a week
Recent Ohio polls gave Trump a small edge in the state he won against Clinton in 2016, which President Barack Obama and Vice President Biden conducted in 2008 and 2012. The survey average by Real Clear Politics shows Trump 1.4 points ahead.
OTHER: The Associated Press, Reuters, and TV networks are likely to release a rapid-fire statement of the likely winners in a number of states shortly after 8 p.m. – but it's likely just already considered to be certain Republican or Democratic.
Arkansas polls close
All polls close in Arizona, Colorado, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Remaining polls close in Kansas, Michigan, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Texas
WHAT TO SEE
GEORGIA – WON TRUMP IN 2016, REPUBLICANS DEFENDING TWO SENATE SEATS
It is expected that Georgia will take around two hours to start reporting on the results. The state was allowed to begin processing postal ballot papers on October 19. After legal challenges, postal ballot papers had to be returned at the time the surveys were completed – not just by post. The only exception are Georgian voters living abroad.
In Trouble: Kelly Loeffler was called to the Senate to fill Republican Johnny Isakson's seat, but the best she can hope for in the recent polls is a runoff in January
Polls show an extremely close race with Trump by 0.2 percent in the survey average of Real Clear Politics. At the height of Biden's support in mid-October, he was only two points clear.
But there are two other races that could shape the Senate. Republican Kelly Loeffler is running for the seat she was named in a three-way battle: She faces Republican Dan Collins and Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock. Warnock will need 50% for an overall win or the race will go to the top 2 runoff. According to surveys, it was between 34 and 46 percent, which is not enough for a knockout, while it is unclear who is in second place between Collins and Loeffler.
Unusually, the other Senate seat is also involved, with Republican David Perdue running for another term and could have problems with Democrat Jon Ossoff, who has risen an average of 0.7% in a formerly safe Republican state. Both Republican incumbents have been looking into potential insider trading – which they have been exempted from – but realistically, both races will likely turn into a January runoff that could determine who controls the Senate.
TEXAS – TRUMP WON IN 2016, REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
It is possible that the query from Texas gave an indication of the race there as it will be completely closed. But what happens next is unknown. Texas allowed mail-in votes to be counted prior to election day, so the Lone Star state expects to hear these results and vote in person on election night. Postal ballot papers have until November 4th at 5 p.m. So if the state is very close, there could be waiting times in the end. The way the results are reported could show a Biden and then a Trump swing – with a boost for Biden at the end of the remaining mail-in ballots.
The Real Clear Politics survey average gives Trump an advantage of 1.2 points in the historically red state. Two polls – an Emerson and a Quinnipiac poll – from October showed the candidates were bound. For most of the race, however, Trump was firmer up front, and a poll here and there showed the state is going blue. Officials expect a quick count and results. In 2016, the winner was announced shortly after midnight – Trump won the state by nine points. A close race, however, will slow the Associated Press, Reuters, and television networks' ability to call the race.
In the Senate, John Cornyn seeks a fourth term as a Republican. He votes ahead of Trump and averages 6.8% above Democratic challenger M.J. Hegar. If Cornyn lost it would be a sign that Texas is officially a purple state.
OTHER: Safe states, including New York, are likely to get quick calls from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Biden's numbers are set to rise more than Trump's at this point, thanks to 29 voters in New York and 20 in Illinois. Shortly after 9 p.m., both election campaigns will likely have more than 100 electoral college votes in their column.
Polls close in Iowa, Montana, Nevada, and Utah. Mountain time polls are closing in Idaho and Oregon.
Campaign: Gabrielle Giffords speaks for her husband Mark Kelly, who beats Republican-appointed Senator Martha McSally in Arizona polls
WHAT TO SEE
ARIZONA – TRUMP WON IN 2016, REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
The state expects the district's first registration numbers to be around 10 p.m. Early and postal ballot papers submitted over the weekend have been pre-counted and these results will be announced quickly. The ballot papers submitted on election day are also expected to take place on Tuesday evening – historically the state counts quickly. However, it can take several days for the last minute postal vote to be tabulated, with Thursday or Friday being considered realistic. Biden has been a few points ahead of Trump in Arizona for months, but a Trafalgar Group poll and a Rasmussen poll showed Trump 3 and 4 points in late October, possibly suggesting a narrowing of the race. The Real Clear Politics survey average has Biden 1 point ahead.
The Senate seat to which Martha McSally was appointed also plays a role here: that of John McCain. The Democrat Mark Kelly, a former astronaut who is married to Gabrielle Giffords. The former congressman was seriously injured in mass shootings, but is consistently ahead of the polls by 6.2% on average. Flipping McCain's seat would be a major blow to Republicans and would suggest that Arizona is not only purple but blue too.
ALABAMA: DEMOCRATS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
Alabama says to expect all results on election night.
The ruby state's Senate seat went to Democrat Doug Jones in a special election in 2017. Republicans saw a vote collapse when the already controversial candidate Roy Moore was hit by allegations of inappropriate behavior towards teenage girls, which he denies. Jones won 1.5% and now faces Tommy Tuberville, a former Auburn University coach. Limited polls gave the Republican an 11-point lead in October.
MONTANA – REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
Not competitive for Trump and Biden, but Democratic Governor Steve Bullock is running for the Senate against Republican incumbent Steve Daines. In this tiny state, polls were relatively rare. The three most recent polls all point to a close race. Bullock is either three points behind Daines, three points ahead, or one point ahead.
WHAT TO SEE
WISCONSIN – WON TRUMP 2016
First results will be published immediately, with Washington County, which is largely rural but has a few suburbs from Milwaukee, likely to be the first to be fully declared. The final results are expected by 7 a.m. in the heavily Democratic Milwaukee County. The Supreme Court has prevented ballot papers from being counted after November 2nd, meaning a full count by Wednesday is realistic.
Trump only took Wisconsin 0.8% in one of the 2016 riots that cost Clinton the White House. Trump has repeatedly held rallies there – including in Kenosha on Monday evening (right). The state has been one of the worst hit by the coronavirus in recent weeks, but Trump continues to believe that he can repeat the surprise of 2016. His survey average there has been bad since the summer and Biden is now 6.6% higher.
Polls in California and Washington state; and Pacific Time polls in Oregon and Idaho.
WHAT TO SEE
MINNESOTA – CLINTON WON IN 2016, DEMOCRATS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
Now expect an idea of the direction of Minnesota. Minnesota gave itself two weeks to begin the postal ballot count. The results should therefore be available on November 3rd. The state ballot papers had to be returned by election day, which could also speed up the process.
Polls have never shown Trump before Biden, despite the fact that the president played a piece for the blue state anyway, suggesting its demographics are similar to Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where he won the White House in 2016. The Real Clear Politics survey average has Biden 4.3 points ahead.
Democratic Senator Tina Smith is seeking re-election with a challenge to Republican Jason Lewis. She asked an average of five points from the challenger, who had to stop the campaign for much of the past week due to emergency hernia surgery.
NEBRASKA – TRUMP WON SINGLE COLLEAGUE IN 2016
Nebraska began counting its postal ballot papers before election day, and postal ballots had to be returned by November 3rd. So the expectation is that the results will be published quickly. Nebraska divides its votes for the electoral college so that each congressional district has one. Only one is competitive – Nebraska-02, which represents Omaha and its suburbs. It was only about two points for Trump last time and the few polls are sure to get Biden up three points – although Democrats believe it could be more. Trump fought in Omaha hoping to keep the vote because in a close fight this could be crucial. Nebraska is usually relatively quick and all results are due by midnight. So make sure it is known now.
COLORADO: REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE
Most of Colorado was already mailed, so it expects the effects of the pandemic to be easier to manage than some states. Partial results are uploaded approximately every 90 minutes, so the first should now be safely processed.
Cory Gardner, the seated Republican senator, faces popular former Democratic governor John Hickenlooper. In October there were only two polls in which Hickenlooper scored eight or nine points each. In a state that was Clinton with 4.9 points in 2016, Gardner has bonded closely with Trump, whom Democrats believe will seal his fate.
OTHER: Calls will come for what is sure to be a democratic west coast. By now, Joe Biden is likely to garner more than 200 votes for the electoral college, with California's mammoth 55 being key to its great advantage – Trump could only be 104 at this point. Now it is entirely up to the competing states to see what happens next. Trump's path to re-election could now be over or be a nail biter.
Reinforcements: Fear of losing Iowa and a Senate seat sent Donald Trump and Mike Pence to Iowa to fight Joni Ernst
Polls close in Alaska (excluding the Hawaii time zone) and Hawaii
WHAT TO SEE
IOWA – TRUMP WON IN 2016, REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE SEAT
Counts relatively quickly and the first results should have leaked by now. Trump overtook Biden in the recent Iowa election after the Democrat took the lead for most of the fall. Real Clear Politics' survey average is 1.4 points ahead of Trump.
In the last four polls, Trump won the state. The poll in the Des Moines Register gave Trump the biggest edge, beating Biden 7-48 percent to 41 percent. Ballot papers stamped by November 2nd and arriving by November 9th can also be counted. This could give Biden a boost when the race is tight.
In the Senate, Republican Joni Ernst is facing a huge challenge from Theresa Greenfield. Four out of five polls put Ernst in the lead in October, but only one out of error, while another said so for Greenfield.
The last polls in Alaska are over – voting is over everywhere
WHAT TO SEE
NEVADA – CLINTON WON 2016
Nevada has sent ballots out to every registered voter this year, and those ballots only need to be stamped by November 3rd – meaning the count can take days. However, mail-in ballots can be counted before election day so some results can be reported on November 3rd. If it's tight, the ballots counted later will likely lean towards Biden.
Biden was always ahead of Trump in Nevada, while Trump was never ahead in a poll last year. In the survey average by Real Clear Politics, the democrat wins the state with 3.6 points.
In 2016, the Associated Press said Trump won and Hillary Clinton lost.
Everywhere: Hillary Clinton was declared the loser on November 9, 2016 at 2:29 a.m.
MAINE – TRUMP WON AN ELECTION IN 2016 FOR COLLEAGUES, REPUBLICANS DEFENDING A SENATE
Like Nebraska, Maine shares its votes for the electoral college with one for each congressional district. Maine officials allow postal ballots to be counted before polls are completed.
But Maine uses a ranked preference system, which means that if a candidate breaks 50 percent, the result will likely be before midnight. If not, the ballot papers go to Augusta to tabulate the second preferences, which could go well into Wednesday.
Trump hat Hillary Clinton 2016 dank Maines 2. Kongressbezirk im Norden des Bundesstaates eine Wahlstimme entzogen. Alle drei im Oktober durchgeführten Umfragen zeigten jedoch, dass Biden dort um rund 3 Punkte vorne liegt.
Die republikanische Senatorin Susan Collins scheint auch für die demokratische Herausfordererin Sara Gideon zutiefst anfällig zu sein.
Collins, für den Trump nicht geworben hat, ist in den Umfragen im Oktober um vier bis sieben Punkte gesunken und wurde überwiegend überfinanziert. Sie hatte ihren Sitz 2014 mit einem Vorsprung von 37 Punkten gehalten, aber die Demokraten glauben, dass sie die verletzlichste republikanische Senatorin von allen ist.
MICHIGAN-TRUMP GEWINNEN SIE 2016, DEMOKRATEN, DIE EINEN SENATSITZ VERTEIDIGEN
Michigans Ergebnisse werden sich nur langsam einstellen, da die Auszählung der Briefwahl erst am 2. November begann. Michigans Staatssekretär schätzte, dass es bis Freitag dauern könnte, bis alle Stimmzettel gezählt sind. Der Staat könnte später in der Woche in Richtung Biden tendieren, da Demokraten eher dazu neigen, ihre Stimmzettel einzusenden.
Laut Umfragen hat Biden in Michigan, einem der drei "Blue Wall" -Staaten, die Trump 2016 gewonnen hat, monatelang die Nase vorn. Eine bahnbrechende Trafalgar-Umfrage ergab jedoch, dass Trump um 2 Punkte zulegte. Insgesamt liegt Biden im Umfragedurchschnitt von Real Clear Politics um 5,1 Punkte vorn.
Der demokratische Senator Gary Peters verteidigt auch seinen Sitz gegen den Republikaner John James. James, der schwarz ist, wurde als aufstrebender republikanischer Stern angesehen. Aber Peters 'Umfragedurchschnitt liegt um 5,5 Punkte vor ihm, fast identisch mit Bidens Vorsprung.
Hut alle: Kein Staat hat jede Kampagne mehr besetzt als Pennsylvania – aber wann die Ergebnisse ihrer Bemühungen bekannt sein werden, ist unbekannt
PENNSYLVANIA – TRUMP GEWONNEN 2016
Mail-In-Stimmzettel können erst am 3. November um 7 Uhr morgens im Keystone-Status bearbeitet werden. Dies bedeutet, dass ein endgültiges Ergebnis Tage dauern kann. Einige Grafschaften in Pennsylvania planen auch, zuerst die Stimmen am Wahltag persönlich zu zählen – dies könnte Trump einen wahrgenommenen Vorteil im Bundesstaat verschaffen, nur damit spätere Stimmzettel die Zählung in Richtung Biden verschieben.
Am Wahltag abgestempelte Briefwahlzettel können erst am 6. November eintreffen, was den Prozess weiter verlängert. Die Zählfrist endet am 23. November – ganze 20 Tage nach der Wahl -, aber die Beamten haben auf den Freitag hingewiesen, an dem die Stimmen der meisten Pennsylvanianer gezählt werden.
Die Umfragen in Pennsylvania hatten Biden monatelang den Vorteil verschafft, aber mehrere Umfragen Ende Oktober zeigen, dass Trump in dem Bundesstaat, in dem er 2016 seinen Wahlkollegiumsgewinn errungen hatte, die Nase vorn hat. Durch das engere Rennen hat Biden im Real Clear Politics-Umfragedurchschnitt um 2,9 Punkte zugelegt.
UND WO DIE KANDIDATEN ZU FINDEN SIND
TRUMPF: Der Präsident wird im Weißen Haus eine Party mit mehreren hundert Anhängern veranstalten, die alle auf Coronavirus getestet werden, da die Veranstaltung im Inneren stattfinden wird. Die Trump-Kampagne förderte eine Wahlnacht im Hotel des Präsidenten in Washington, DC, aber Trump zeigte mit einem Finger auf Bürgermeister Muriel Bowser, der in der zweiten Phase die Versammlungen auf 50 Personen beschränkt, als Parteikiller. Da das Weiße Haus Eigentum des Bundes ist, kann Trump tun, was er will.
BIDEN: Der demokratische Kandidat wird in der Wahlnacht mit seiner Laufkameradin, Senatorin Kamala Harris, in Wilmington, Delaware, sein. Die Kampagne hat noch keine weiteren Details zu ihren Plänen veröffentlicht. Zuvor wird Biden noch eine Reise in die Stadt Pennsylvania machen, in der er geboren wurde, Scranton, und er wird in Philadelphia Halt machen, wo sich seine Wahlkampfbüros befanden. Harris wird auch in Detroit einen letzten Wahltag einlegen. Ebenso wie Dr. Jill Biden, die Frau des ehemaligen Vizepräsidenten. Sie wird in Tampa und St. Petersburgh, Florida, sein und dann nach Wake County, North Carolina, fahren. Harris 'Ehemann Doug Emhoff wird in Columbus, Ohio, sein.
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