Joe Biden and his wife cast their votes in Wilmington
Washington : Democratic candidate Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden on Wednesday casted their votes in their hometown of Wilmington; Mr. Biden spoke about his plans to tackle coronavirus if he gets elected in the upcoming Presidential elections, and attacked Donald Trump for his ways of tackling the COVID-19 situation in America.
"I'll be a president who is not in it for himself, but for others. A president who doesn't divide us - but unites us. A president who appeals not to the worst in us - but to the best in us...A president guided not by wishful thinking - but by science, reason, and facts," he said in the speech.
The voting for the elections will end on November 3 and till then both Donald Trump and Joe Biden are campaigning to ensure maximum votes for them.
Biden was in Georgia on Tuesday, a Republican state he hopes to breach and expand the battleground in a growing sign of confidence that will take him also to Iowa, another state that Trump carried in 2016. "There aren’t a lot of pundits who would have guessed four years ago that the Democratic candidate for president in 2020 would be campaigning in Georgia one week before Election Day," he said in Georgia. "But we do — because something is happening."
Trump will hold two rallies in Arizona, hoping to hold on to the state whose creeping leftward tilt due to growing Latino and young demographics in recent years has been accentuated by frustration with the president’s handling of the pandemic.
Trump will hold the first rally at an airport in Bullhead City, Arizona that also serves adjoining Nevada’s Laughlin, and then in Phoenix. He will not go into Nevada; his second son Eric Trump was there on Tuesday.