Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters
Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters

Early US election voting breaks records. Will it hurt Donald Trump?

  • Strong early voting turnout comes as Joe Biden maintains a national polling lead over President Donald Trump
  • Americans could be voting earlier because they’re wary about the performance of the US Postal Service

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters
Beatrice Lumpkin, 102-year-old former teacher, casts her vote-by-mail ballot in Chicago. Photo: Reuters
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