2020 U.S. Presidential Election: A Sigh of Relief and Hope

Election Day and a Few Days After  (Nov 2 – 8, 2020)

Tuesday, Nov 3, 2020

It’s November 3rd, 2020 – Presidential Election Day in the US – the most consequential election in my lifetime here in the US and the most consequential election for most Americans.

All of the ballots were cast today, large percentage through mail-in ballot and on-site election day voting.  The polls had been holding steady with Biden in the lead with ten percentage points (10%). We were very confident of a Biden win, the same way we were confident of a Hillary win in 2016.  But this time we felt it was different.  With such a lead in the polls, Biden would surely breeze through this election.

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A Long Four Years to the 2020 Presidential Election

It is November 3, 2020 – a day of reckoning.

I, and perhaps a majority of Americans, have been waiting for the past four years for this day to come.  It has been an excruciating four years ever since Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in 2016 with the slimmest of margins.

I remember those days in 2016 when I wrote this in my blog:

2016 U.S. Presidential Election: We Just Want It Over

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