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About our 2024 US Presidential Election news

Latest news on 2024 US Presidential Election, providing comprehensive coverage of candidates, polls, debates, primaries, campaign issues and electoral process for this pivotal race.

The 2024 United States presidential election, scheduled for November 5, 2024, is shaping up to be a historic and closely watched contest. President Joe Biden is seeking re-election as the Democratic nominee, while former President Donald Trump has secured the Republican nomination, setting up a potential rematch of the 2020 election. This would mark the first presidential election rematch since 1956.

Key campaign issues include abortion rights, immigration, healthcare, education, the economy, foreign policy, and concerns about democracy. Trump faces multiple criminal indictments, including charges related to his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. Biden, meanwhile, is grappling with voter concerns about his age and fitness for office. Both candidates are facing challenges in uniting their respective parties and appealing to independent voters.

The election has also seen a strong showing from third-party and independent candidates, notably Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is polling at historically high levels for a non-major party candidate. Other notable independent candidates include Cornel West and Jill Stein of the Green Party. The Libertarian Party has nominated Chase Oliver as its presidential candidate.

As the election approaches, attention is focused on key battleground states that could determine the outcome, including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Recent polls have shown a tight race between Biden and Trump in these crucial swing states. The candidates have agreed to participate in two presidential debates, scheduled for June 27 and September 10, 2024.

With its potential to reshape American politics and policy for years to come, the 2024 presidential election is being closely watched both domestically and internationally. Our NewsNow feed provides up-to-the-minute coverage from a wide range of reliable sources, ensuring readers stay informed about all the latest developments in this critical race.


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