US President Donald Trump donates money as he attends a mass at the International Church of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.

President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden had been courting early voters on Sunday within the aggressive states of Nevada and North Carolina, as the ultimate presidential debate looms later this week.

Some 27.7 million Americans have already solid ballots both by mail or in individual forward of the Nov. three election, based on the US Elections Project on the University of Florida. The record-shattering determine is being pushed partially by issues about crowds at polling websites on Election Day amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump, a Republican, was spending his Sunday in Nevada, a state he hopes to wrest away from Democrats after narrowly shedding it in 2016.

The president, who hardly ever goes to church however has remained common amongst evangelical Christians for his opposition to abortion and for appointing conservative judges, started his day by attending a service on the International Church of Las Vegas.

Trump, who just lately got here down along with his personal bout of COVID-19, didn’t put on a masks for the indoor service.

One of the church’s pastors, Denise Goulet, mentioned to Trump from the stage that God had instructed her he would win the 2020 election. Trump put a handful of $20 payments into an providing bucket and bowed his head throughout a prayer.

Biden flew to North Carolina, a battleground the place 1.four million, or 20%, of the state’s registered voters had already voted as of Sunday morning.

The former vp’s marketing campaign mentioned he would urge residents to make a plan to vote as early as attainable at an occasion in Durham, whereas additionally detailing his proposals to minimize financial inequality for Black Americans.

His choose for vp, Senator Kamala Harris, canceled in-person occasions over the weekend as a precaution after an aide examined optimistic for COVID-19. She will return to the marketing campaign path on Monday with a go to to Florida to mark that state’s first day of early in-person voting.

Trump will marketing campaign every single day main as much as Thursday’s debate in Florida, together with stops in Arizona and North Carolina, marketing campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh mentioned.

While Trump lags in opinion polls at a nationwide degree and in lots of battleground states, Biden marketing campaign supervisor Jen O’Malley Dillon mentioned over the weekend that the nationwide figures are deceptive as a result of must-win states are shut.

“We cannot become complacent because the very searing truth is that Donald Trump can still win this race, and every indication we have shows that this thing is going to come down to the wire,” she wrote in a memo to donors.

US presidential elections are decided by electoral votes, allotted to US states and territories based mostly largely on their populations, fairly than by a tally of the favored vote nationwide.

Trump campaigned on Saturday in Michigan and Wisconsin, two battleground states he narrowly received within the 2016 election.

In Muskegeon, Mich., he attacked Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, for imposing restrictions to sluggish the unfold of the coronavirus and made mild of a right-wing plot uncovered by the FBI to kidnap her.

“Hopefully you’ll be sending her packing pretty soon,” Trump mentioned, prompting the group to yell again “Lock her up!” a number of instances.

Whitmer mentioned on Sunday’s “Meet the Press” on NBC that the president’s rhetoric was “incredibly disturbing” and “dangerous” for her and her household in addition to different politicians whom he targets.

Opinion polls have proven a excessive degree of concern amongst voters in regards to the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed greater than 219,000 individuals within the United States and hammered the economic system.

While the virus is deadliest for older individuals, the pandemic is motivating younger voters as effectively, based on a Reuters/Ipsos ballot performed between Sept. 29 and Oct. 13. Among seemingly voters aged 34 and underneath, 25% named COVID-19 as their prime concern when selecting a president, whereas jobs and the economic system had been cited by 20%.


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