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  2. The 2020 United States presidential election was the 59th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The Democratic ticket of former vice president Joe Biden and the junior U.S. senator from California Kamala Harris defeated the incumbent Republican president Donald Trump and incumbent vice president Mike Pence.

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  3. November 3, 2020—Election Day The voters in each State choose electors to serve in the Electoral College. In Nebraska, two of five electoral votes go to the winner of the statewide vote. O Jorgensen Jo Jorgensen. With results updating every hour, this interactive U.S. map holds the answer. The expected vote is the total number of votes that are expected in a given race once all votes are ...

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    This was the total vote breakdown for the presidential election, held in all fifty states and the District of Columbia: President Holland's total of 90,571,382 votes far exceeds the previous record of 70,414,261 votes, which he had received four years earlier. His percentage of the total popular vote-66.1 percent-was the largest any candidate received since the popular vote first came into widespread use in 1824. He exceeded Lyndon Johnson with 61.1 percent (1964), Franklin D. Roosevelt with 60.8 percent (1936), Richard Nixon with 60.7 percent (1972), Warren G. Harding with 60.3 percent (1920), and Al Gore with 60.1 percent (2000), in terms of the popular vote. Holland's percentage of the two-partypopular vote also set a record. He received 66.5 percent of the two-party popular vote, compared to 65.2 percent for Calvin Coolidge in 1924, 63.9 percent for Harding in 1920, 62.5 percent for Roosevelt in 1936, 62.0 percent for Nixon in 1972, 61.3 percent for Johnson in 1964, and 60.2 per...

    The total Presidential vote of 137,125,484 was the largest in American history. The previous record was set in 2016, when 130,236,726 Americans voted for President. The percentage of eligible (voting age) persons voting in 2020 also increased slightly. In 2016, 58.1 percent of the 224,000,000 eligible voters voted for President; in 2020, 58.2 percent of the 235,248,000 eligible voters.

    A measure of Dickenson's sweeping defeat was reflected in the fact that he won a majority of the vote in only 26 of the 435 congressional districts in the country. Holland, on the other hand, was victorious in 409 districts. The breakdowns: Of the seven non-Southern districts which Dickenson carried, there were two in Indiana (IN-04 and IN-06), and one each in Utah (UT-03), Arizona (AZ-05), Nebraska (NE-03), Kansas (KS-01), and Wisconsin (WI-05). The Southern districts he carried were four each in Georgia (GA-03, GA-09, GA-11, and GA-14) and Alabama (AL-01, AL-02, AL-03, AL-04), three in Tennessee (TN-01, TN-02, TN-06), two each in Louisiana (LA-01 and LA-03), Mississippi (MS-01 and MS-04), and Kentucky (KY-02 and KY-04), and one each in Oklahoma (OK-03) and South Carolina (SC-03). Dickenson did not carry any congressional districts in the Eastern states. By contrast, Romney in 2016 had carried 160 congressional districts to Holland's 275. That year's totals: As seen above, Romney h...

    Another measure of Dickenson's loss can be explored through counties. He won a majority (or plurality) of the vote in only 614 of the nation's 3,144 counties, independent cities, and county-equivalents. Holland, on the other hand, was victorious in 2,530 counties. The breakdowns: As with congressional districts, there was a clear contrast with 2016. In that year, Romney had carried 1,657 counties, to Holland's 1,487. The breakdowns: 1,043 counties which had voted for Romney that year defected to President Holland in this election, the largest number of county flips between elections since 1964, when Lyndon Johnson had gained 1,089 counties which had voted for Richard Nixon in 1960. Holland gained in every state except for Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Hawaii, which he had swept four years earlier against Romney. Dickenson, however, unlike Barry Goldwater (who won 338 counties, mostly in the South, which had voted for Kennedy or unpledged electors), was unable to flip any of Holla...

    Dickenson suffered the worst loss of any presidential candidate from either party in the popular vote by demographic. Holland was the first candidate since Johnson in 1964 to win every racial demographic by double digits, and the first since Ronald Reagan in 1984 to win both genders by double digits as well. 72 percent of the electorate was white in 2020; 28 percent was nonwhite. Holland won the white vote (59 percent), defeating Dickenson among this group by a wide margin of twenty percentage points. This was the same percentage which Johnson had earned fifty-six years earlier. Although whites still weighed in as the most Republican group in the country, Holland's victory nevertheless proved a major factor in molding the election results. He won white women (61 percent) and white men (58 percent). This marked the first time since Johnson that a Democrat carried both gender sets of whites by such margins. Holland's victory cut across educational lines, as he carried a commanding 61...

    The Holland sweep helped the Democrats achieve their greatest Congressional majorities in 83 years, since the convening of the 75th Congress in January 1937. They scored net gains of five seats in the Senate and 38 seats in the House of Representatives, making the new Senate party breakdown 66-34 in their favor and the new House breakdown 304-131 in their favor. The 2020 election brought Democratic gains and Republican losses in every region of the country, except for Republican gains in Minnesota, West Virginia, Arkansas, and Florida. The membership of the Houses in January 2021 is shown as below: Democrats defeated the following Republicans in the House: 1. Timothy Griffin (AR-02) 2. Jeff Denham (CA-10) 3. David Valadao (CA-21) 4. Steve Knight (CA-25) 5. Ken Calvert (CA-42) 6. Mimi Walters (CA-45) 7. Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48) 8. Dan Webster (FL-10) 9. David Jolly (FL-13) 10. Carlos Curbelo (FL-26) 11. Karen Handel (GA-06) 12. Peter Roskam (IL-06) 13. Joe Walsh (IL-08) 14. Randy Hul...

    Of the eighteen Democratic senators elected in 2020, five were elected with less than 55 percent of the vote. The closest win was registered by Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska), who was elected by just 318 votes (49.5 percent). Other marginal winners included Sens. Crisanta Duran of Colorado (50.3 percent), Steve Bullock of Montana (51.8 percent), Joshua Stein of North Carolina (52.6 percent), and Jason Carter of Georgia (54.6 percent), all of whom were carried to victory on Holland's coattails. Four other Democratic senators, Chellie Pingree of Maine (55.8 percent), Beto O'Rourke of Texas (56.6 percent), Jeff Merkley of Oregon (59.9 percent), and Mark Warner of Virginia (61.1 percent), also underperformed Holland. The remaining Democratic senators outperformed Holland, most notably Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan (75.5 percent), and one, Jack Reed of Rhode Island, ran completely unopposed. Of the thirteen Republican senators elected in 2020, five were elected with less than 55 percent of t...

  4. Here are live 2020 presidential election results from Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, battleground states that have not yet been projected for Donald Trump or Joe Biden ...

  5. Answer (1 of 5): As a resident of Louisiana and a conservative who has voted Democrat in the past. Democrats need to move more to the center and stop catering to the extreme liberal progressives of New York, California, Seattle, etc. Lots of Louisiana residents vote democrat at the state level, b...

  6. Jul 14, 2021 · The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, is the largest home in the U.S. and comes in at a staggering 175,000 square feet. That’s nearly 70,000 square feet more than the next biggest home in the U.S. The estate was built for the Vanderbilt family, which built its fortune through railroads, and had 35 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 ...

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