Donald Trump hangs on to financial edge in race against Joe Biden

Donald Trump hangs on to financial edge in race against Joe Biden

Earlier on Wednesday, Biden's campaign announced plans to spend more than $280 million on television and digital advertising by Election Day, a figure that would all but guarantee that the Trump-Biden showdown will be the most expensive US election in history.

The Biden campaign announced plans earlier on Wednesday to spend more than $280 million on television and digital advertising by Election Day, a figure that would all but guarantee that the Trump-Biden showdown will be the most expensive U.S. election in history. The RNC, the Trump campaign and state parties are working together to ensure that state officials are prepared to act quickly, should the need arise.

The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates has rejected a request from the Trump campaign to either add an additional general election debate or move up the calendar for the contests. They are also targeting two sections of the bill that dictate the number of in-person polling places for early voting and day-of voting, claiming the provisions will lead to more polling places for voters in urban counties than rural counties. The election takes place on November 3.

Nevada State Democratic Party Chair William McCurdy II slammed the GOP's lawsuit, calling it a "sham meant to intimidate the states from pursuing voting access expansions".

"The Biden campaign is on the march, building off the incredible momentum from this summer with another lights-out fundraising month", said Jen O'Malley Dillion, Biden's campaign manager.

"This is a state where elections are won by a half or one percent only", MacManus said. The state now joins seven others that will automatically send ballots to active registered voters. "I encourage all to request a Ballot & Vote by Mail!" "See you in court!"

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