US election Trump v Biden live: first polls close in Indiana and KentuckyNovember 4, 2020
- Polls have shown steady lead for Joe Biden over Donald Trump
- Millions of Americans line up to vote on historic day
- What time results are expected – and what to watch for
- Donald Trump: could the president refuse to accept defeat?
- House races: Democrats predicted to expand majority
The first Americans to cast a vote for president – but whose votes don’t count – have registered a solid win for Joe Biden, by 55% to 42% for Donald Trump.
Residents of the island of Guam are some of the 4 million US citizens who are disenfranchised because they live in a territory, not in a state. The issue is one of acute sensitivity in Guam, as in other territories such as American Samoa, Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands.
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The Republican National Committee has moved its election night war room from its headquarters in downtown Washington due to concern about potential civil unrest, Axios reports.
The RNC also moved its war room from its HQ in downtown D.C. to an undisclosed location in the city citing security concerns over potential civil unrest, two sources familiar with their plans tell me
One official said the war room will not be at the WH or the Trump Hotel https://t.co/A29itVCxyH