resident Donald Trump and rival Joe Biden begin a sprint through the final 11 days of the U.S. presidential race on Friday after battling over the COVID-19 pandemic and personal integrity in their second and final debate.
Trump, 74, will hold two rallies in the battleground state of Florida, where opinion polls show a tight race. Biden, 77, will deliver a speech in his home state of Delaware on his plans for leading a recovery from the pandemic.
More than 49 million Americans already have cast ballots in person or through the mail, according to the University of Florida’s Elections Project. That is more than one-third the total number of votes cast in 2016 – giving Trump, who is trailing in national opinion polls, fewer opportunities to change minds before voting ends on Nov. 3.
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