Floridian, William Hall Bares His Mind on the 2020 US elections

Black Conservative, William Hall, reveals his perception about the upcoming United States elections

The 2020 US election seems to be an unprecedented affair as the world gets set for what might be the most keenly contested race to the White House in the history of the United States of America. The upcoming elections have continued to draw reactions from different quarters, including experts as well as regular individuals across the globe. In a similar vein, William Hall, a Black conservative Floridian, recently spoke his mind about the elections and the possible outcome.

The United States Presidential election will take place on November 3, 2020, a day that will most likely go down in history not just as the 59th quadrennial presidential election but as one of the elections that have attracted the most controversies in recent times. The incumbent, Donald Trump and his vice, Mike Pence have not had the easiest reigns, with their administration met with criticisms from different parts of the world. This will probably serve as an advantage for the Democratic candidate Joe Biden to gain some ground.

The central issues building up to the elections include the impact of the ravaging coronavirus pandemic and the public uproar against extrajudicial killings and police brutality. The recent death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the subsequent confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett has also been a subject of debate among the political class. These incidences have remained some of the focal points of the presidential debate, with the two major candidates – President Donald Trump and former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden looking to pull electorates to their side.

As expected, polling companies have been gauging the mood of the nation by asking voters for their preferred candidate. While Joe Biden has been ahead of his opponent Donald Trump in most of the national polls conducted since the start of 2020, history has shown that polls are not the perfect representation of voters’ bias. Biden has hovered around 50% in recent months, having had a 10-point lead on occasions.

While the world awaits the result of the highly contested election, the most possible outcome of the election is that many electorates will dispute the results regardless of who wins. William Hall has shared the same sentiment as regards the acceptance of the election results.

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