A Day of Voting Set to Determine Whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump Will Reach the White House

A Day of Voting Set to Determine Whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump Will Reach the White House

As the race for the White House intensifies, Americans are gearing up for a crucial date this “Supermartes” electoral, also known as “Super Tuesday”. This is the largest voting day in the country’s long primary season and is traditionally decisive for candidates as the race narrows. Primaries will be held in 15 states and one US territory, marking a significant milestone in the campaign calendar.

This year, there are no expected surprises on either the Democratic or Republican front. It is anticipated that Joe Biden will continue to lead the Democratic race, while Donald Trump is closer to securing the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. Regardless, this day remains a fundamental step towards the presidential election on November 5.

Tens of millions of Americans will cast their votes in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, California, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and the territory of Samoa. While the Republicans had already held their race in Iowa earlier this year, the Democrats will be announcing the winner of their mail-in vote in the same state on Tuesday.

Attention is primarily focused on the larger states, California and Texas. Trump is hoping to win 773 delegates and surpass the required number to secure his nomination at the Grand Old Party’s Grand Convention in July. Despite his legal troubles, Trump has swept all state primaries so far and “Super Tuesday” is seen as the last real opportunity for his internal challenger, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, to turn around his unstoppable campaign.

While Haley has yet to win a single internal, she has secured 40 percent of the votes in New Hampshire and South Carolina, the state in which she was governor. She argues that these results indicate a division within the party over Trump. Haley maintains that she would fare better than the former president in the general election against Biden. Despite calls to drop her candidacy, Haley has stated she will wait until “Super Tuesday” to make a decision.

Many believe that Haley is keeping her options open in case Trump’s legal troubles impact his campaign. On Monday, he received favorable news when the Supreme Court ruled his name should remain on the Colorado state ballots, which sought to veto him for insurrection. He also faces an appeal to the highest court for immunity, a ruling that could influence other proceedings against him for obstruction of justice and interference in the 2020 election results. He currently faces 91 charges in court, some criminal.

Despite these issues, Trump’s supporters remain steadfast, believing that the charges against him are a judicial campaign promoted by the Democrats to prevent his return to the White House. Looking towards the November elections, Trump currently leads Biden by 2.3 points according to an average of RealClearPolitics polls. He also leads in decisive states such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, and Michigan.

Trump’s voting intentions are growing despite a growing US economy, falling inflation, and decreasing unemployment. According to polls, Biden’s biggest obstacle is his age, even among his own ranks. A New York Times/Siena College poll published on Monday indicates that 61% of those who voted for him in 2020 now believe he is “too old” to be president.

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