U.S Election Night 2020 Election Watch

It’s finally here! The US Election 2020. With just less than 24 hours to a historic US Presidential Election Day, AMCHAM has put together an Election Watch guide. Stay tuned for latest updates on the US Election 2020 by clicking on the links below:

US election 2020: What to look out for on election night

What to track until 3 November 2020? A general election cheat sheet. Download a printable PDF version of the cheatsheet for Election Night.

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New York Times Election 2020 Coverage

Live updates from The New York Times will be available without the need for subscription until the conclusion of the 2020 presidential election. View the live updates at http://nytimes.com/electionupdates.

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Pro Tips from a Pollster: What to watch on Election Night

Steve Okun, Senior Advisor, McLarty Associates interviews Kris Balderston, National Political Director at Change Research, what the polls are telling him now and why they will be better than those in 2016. Steve also asked him what were the key elements to watch out for on Election Night.

Here’s Kris’s advise:
  1. Turnout in key cities like Atlanta, Miami and Pittsburgh;
  2. Margins in the suburbs; and,
  3. If incumbent Republicans were winning but narrow margins.
WHAT’S NEXT FOR AMERICA? Steer through uncertainty with the Financial Times

With one day to go before election day on November 3, former vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic party’s nominee, is polling narrowly ahead of incumbent Republican president Donald Trump in key battleground states, though he has seen his lead narrow in some states since the summer. Read More

Steve Okun on the pre-US Election

Glenn van Zutphen and award-winning author Neil Humphreys are joined by Steve Okun, Senior Advisor, McLarty Associates, to talk about the pre-US Election Madness and what to look for in the final days before Election Day. View Here

Final 2020 Election Forecast

Our 2020 forecasts — presidential, Senate, House — are all now officially frozen, meaning we won’t be ingesting any new polls or updating the odds in any race. At the end of a long campaign, here’s where we stand: Joe Biden is favored to beat President Trump (though Trump still has a 1-in-10 chance); Democrats have a 3-in-4 shot at taking back the Senate; and the House will most likely remain under Democratic control. Read Here.

Biden’s Favored In Our Final Presidential Forecast, But It’s A Fine Line Between A Landslide And A Nail-Biter

FiveThirtyEight has issued its final presidential forecast. There hasn’t been a lot of change over the past 24 or 48 hours, as most of the late polling either came in close to our previous polling averages, or came from — frankly — fairly random pollsters that don’t get a lot of weight in our forecast. Read More

US election 2020: Trump and Biden pictured through the years

President Donald Trump, 74, and Democratic challenger Joe Biden, 77, each have more than seven decades of personal and professional experience behind them. Read More.