Three weeks before Election Day, President Donald Trump’s campaign has been left reeling by a series of setbacks
Here’s what’s happening Monday in Election 2020, 22 days until Election Day:
TODAY’S TOP STORIES:
$57 MILLION RAISED IN S.C. SENATE RACE: South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison has shattered congressional fundraising records, bringing in $57 million in the final quarter for his U.S. Senate campaign against Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham. Harrison’s campaign says the total was the largest during a three-month period by any Senate candidate.
VISION 2020: Trump has been urging his supporters to go the polls and “watch very carefully,” raising concerns about possible voter intimidation. Monitoring the votes at polling places is allowed in most states, but rules vary, and it’s not a free-for-all. States have established rules, in part, to avoid any hint that observers will harass or intimidate voters. There is a long history of white people intimidating and preventing Black people from voting in the South. And the Republican Party had been prohibited from employing poll monitors until recently because of its own history of using them as a strategy for intimidation.
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