US Election 2020: Joe Biden wins the 2020 US presidential election. Joe Biden has won the US presidential election
2020, being the 46th president of the United States of America. Biden won in Pennsylvania. And this placed him above the electoral votes of 270 that is required to take the post of president.
The latest president of America, Joe will be turning 78 at the end of this month. And will also become the oldest president in the history of America. Joe will also become the 46th president of the United States of America. That is stopping the reign of the republican party in the control of affairs.
US Election 2020: Joe Biden wins US Presidential Election
However, before Biden was declared president of the USA, Donald Trump has already taken a broad lead over in Pennsylvania. Over Joe Biden on election night. But the race moved to favor Biden instead. Just as the officials of the election counted hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots. Thereby riding Donald Trump together with his allies.
Not only that, but Kamala Harris also won the post of vice president. Thereby being the first woman in history to occupy the office in the united states. Kamala Harris was formerly the attorney general of the state of California. And the senator of Califonia, who has built a career in the front yard of the tech industry.
The Presidential Election was hit by the Coronavirus
The US election 2020 was no doubt the strangest in current years, mainly characterized by false information. Fears over mail-in votes systems, as well as the deadly coronavirus that took the lives of more than 230,000 Americans.
The campaign of Biden was pushed to move rallies as well as digital campaigning. Rather than just have to depend on door-knocking and in-person communication to organize the votes.
The US Election 2020: Joe Biden to make changes in America
People believed that Joe Biden might be a great president as he had set out plans for wiping climate action. And also provide a healthcare extension that would hold up for more Americans and as well supply a go-for Medicare-like public option.
However, Joe’s ability to carry out most of these plans actually depends on a Democratic Senate. While either of both parties was still chasing more violent regulation for the technology industry, we will still be keeping an eye for signals of what is yet to come for the tech policy.
Though, without the senate, Joe Biden might still be able to create a smooth and relevant impact where it is needed the most. Let’s take the coronavirus pandemic, which is the area it is most needed. In the prevailing absence of a
national plan to deal with the deadly coronavirus that is taking lives.
As well as a White House that plays down its disaster and also prevents wearing of a mask, the almighty Coronavirus is really going beyond control in states over the United States, alerting a very disastrous winter around the corner.