Voting begins on election day in the United States

Washington, November 3, 2020 election day in the United States, voting began on the third day. Tens of millions of voters in the United States are expected to go to polling stations to vote for the next president of the United States, hundreds of congressmen and some local officials. < p > < p > just after 0:00 on the 3rd of the US Eastern time, nearly 30 voters in two small towns in New Hampshire took the lead in voting according to the tradition, and they made tickets on the spot. However, most polling stations in the United States are open in the morning and will continue to open until the evening of the 3rd. < / P > < p > the reporter saw at several polling stations that most of the voters who went to vote wore masks and waited in line at a distance of two to three meters. In the context of the continuous spread of Xinguan epidemic situation and the number of newly confirmed cases in a single day in recent years, all polling stations have taken necessary epidemic prevention measures. According to statistics, affected by the epidemic situation and other factors, about 100 million American voters, including two presidential candidates trump and Biden, have voted in advance or by mail, a record. John Peterson, a young voter in Virginia, told reporters after voting that the government’s response to the epidemic and foreign policy were his top concerns. “The United States is now very fragmented and we need to restore the civilisation of the political process,” he added This election is generally regarded as one of the most divisive elections in the United States so far. Today’s American politics and society are more polarized than at any time since the civil war. In the election campaign, the Republican Party and the Democratic Party accused each other of each other. Once they win the election, it will bring disastrous consequences to the country, and many voters feel confused and worried. In addition, the economic recession caused by the epidemic, social conflicts and violent conflicts caused by racial problems, and the increasing gap between the rich and the poor are also the focus of attention of the majority of voters. Experts predict that more than 150 million voters will vote in this election, surpassing nearly 140 million in 2016. However, due to the large proportion of early voting and mailing votes, the election results may be delayed. Many media and people are worried that once there is a dispute in the election, it may cause chaos and even lead to social unrest.