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Two radically opposed rallies in Florida, legal battle over ballot counting and US Senate elections

By France24
31 October 2020   |   11:33 am
On November 3, US citizens will elect their new president. The country is currently dealing with racial and social tensions, as well as environmental issues and the challenges brought forth by the coronavirus, which has already killed more than 220,000 Americans. With so much at stake, this election is set to be crucial in shaping the country’s future trajectory.

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