"From your mouth to God's ears" comme disent les AMERICAINS.
Par 11:00 AM ce matin 96 MILLIONS D'AMERICAINS ont deja vote ,la majorite d'entr'eux DEMOCRATES;c'est deja 70 % de ceux qui ont vote en 2016.
En FLORIDE,cet ETAT CRUCIAL,le vote REPUBLICAIN "OUTPACE" le VOTE DEMOCRATE;ce ne sont pas de tres bonne nouvelles.
Il y a une massive operation sur place en FLORIDE pour DENICHER les DEMOCRATES et INDEPENDENTS a tendance DEMOCRATE qui n'ont pas encore vote.
Si les REPUBLICAINS reussissent a gagner la FLORIDE et les DEMOCRATES GAGNENT les etats TOURNANTS de la PENNSYLVANIE,MICHIGAN ,WISCONSIN;JOE BIDEN sera PRESIDENT.
Il y aussi la question du SENAT.Les DEMOCRATES ont besoin de tourner 3 SIEGES au SENAT.
Pour nous il faut neutraliser l'influence de MARCO RUBIO ,l'ultra REACTIONNAIRE CUBAIN au SENAT.Si les DEMOCRATES controllent le SENAT,ce sera la fin de l' INFLUENCE EXTREME DROITE au SENAT en POLITIQUE ETRANGERE.
A final Monmouth University poll of Pennsylvania, released Monday morning, shows Joseph R. Biden Jr. hanging on to a modest but meaningful lead over President Trump in the state that the candidates are fighting hardest over on the campaign’s final day.
The poll, conducted from Wednesday to Sunday, showed Mr. Biden leading the president 51 to 44 percent among likely voters in a model with high election turnout and 50 to 45 percent in a low-turnout scenario. Both are outside the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points. The previous Monmouth poll, taken a month ago, showed Mr. Biden with an 11-point lead.
Mr. Biden has led Mr. Trump in Pennsylvania throughout the campaign. A New York Times/Siena College poll released on Sunday found the former vice president ahead by six percentage points.
The candidates and their surrogates are blanketing the state, which Mr. Trump won by less than a percentage point in 2016, in the campaign’s closing hours. Pennsylvania has more Electoral College votes, 20, than any other traditional battleground state except Florida, and both campaigns see it as increasingly crucial to victory.
Both Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden held multiple rallies in the state over the weekend, and today, the candidates and their running mates are scheduled to hold a total of nine separate events there.
While much of the country has already voted early, with turnout already equivalent to nearly 70 percent of the whole nationwide vote tally for the 2016 election, most Pennsylvanians may be waiting for Election Day to cast their votes: As of Monday morning, early voting turnout in Pennsylvania was at just under 40 percent of the number of votes cast in the 2016 election.
Democrats are flooding the state with door-knockers and Republicans hope to parlay Mr. Trump’s signature rallies into big turnout once again. The president is set to make an appeal to white, working-class voters this afternoon near Scranton, where Mr. Biden was born, while Mr. Biden is aiming to solidify a broad coalition of white suburbanites and voters of color on a swing through Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and elsewhere in western Pennsylvania.
The president is already preparing legal challenges over the vote if it ends up close, telling reporters on Sunday, “As soon as that election’s over, we’re going in with our lawyers.”
In Pennsylvania in particular, the possibility of extended court battles and confusion hangs over the race, with the state Republican Party hoping the Supreme Court will reconsider its decision last week to allow the state to continue receiving absentee ballots for three days after Election Day.
“Every day is a new reminder of how high the stakes are, how far the other side will go to try to suppress the turnout,” Mr. Biden said as he campaigned on Sunday. “Especially here in Philadelphia. President Trump is terrified of what will happen in Pennsylvania.”
— Katie Glueck, Annie Karni and Andy Newman
What Trump Needs to Win: A Polling Error Much Bigger Than 2016’sNov. 2, 2020