Voters were wiped out with nervous energy. Katie Pahalan, a high school history teacher from New Jersey, crossed the Pennsylvania border to knock on doors over the weekend for Mr. Biden in the vital battlefield. Last night, she said, she had awakened from a scary dream involving Hillary Clinton and was just in awe at the ballot box. “He was like, ‘Honey, I went there,” Ms. Whelan recalled telling Mrs. Clinton to her in a dream.
Adding to her concern, Ms. Whalen could not tell if the nightmare was scheduled in 2016 or 2020. “I stood at the sink and drank three pints of water,” Ms Pahalan said. “And I said to myself, ‘I’m doing better canvassing.”
For Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden, their final events in the final full-day campaign of 2020 offered to demonstrate their differences, as he stated.
Seeking a sense of normalcy even as the transition caseloads boom, Mr. Trump flashed public health guidelines with a slate of big rallies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin and even the nation’s top In a blink of an eye to fire the infectious disease specialist. , Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, he should win another term at the Florida rally lasting until midnight on Sunday.
In Ohio and Pennsylvania, Mr. Biden argued that there could be no return to routine until the virus was under control and his visit to socially disordered, drive-in rallies – “If you agree with me! ” He sighed in Cleveland – serving a visual expression of his calm attitude. Mr. Biden, the former vice president, races as a referendum on Mr. Trump’s epidemic, which has infected more than nine million people in the United States and cost more than 230,000 lives.
“The power to change the country is in your hands,” Mr. Biden announced, declaring, “The first step to beat the virus is to kill Donald Trump.” “