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"It was important for me to do this one thing that I could do while I still can," said Jack Arends, who took a jab at Trump by using a Sharpie to cast his vote.
Here's when and how to follow Election Day as America decides on Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
"I don’t know what’s out there. And in many ways, that’s helpful for me," the Duchess of Sussex said.
"It's going to be a tight race," right-wing economist Stephen Moore told an audience earlier this month.
The president has also repeatedly spread misinformation seeking to delegitimize mail-in voting.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a brief cameo during the reveal for Time's 100 Most Influential People.
She didn't endorse or even name any politicians, but people still think she got "too political."
“I have a whole list of things that I want our next president to do for us," the 'WAP' rapper said during a Q&A focused on equality, Medicare and free college.
US President Donald Trump floated delaying the November presidential election — which he can't do — warning that mail-in voting will create a "fraudulent election."