Will Election Day 2020 provide closure for a restless electorate?

Will Election Day 2020 provide closure for a restless electorate?

The Electoral College, not the popular vote, ultimately decides U.S. presidential elections. To win, a candidate must secure an absolute majority – 270 or more electoral votes. And a small percentage of voters in key states might play a deciding role in the overall election outcome. But the results might also be contested.  

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