The vote in America continues: thorns collision in Trump and Biden, fear of violence after the results

The US vote started on Tuesday to decide who will be the power of the United States, the greatest power in the world. The vote will take place to elect the 46th President of the United States in the coronavirus crisis. In this election campaign, Democratic Party candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden challenges current President Donald Trump of the Republican Party. Voting began in the US at 3:30 p.m. Indian time (6:00 a.m. US time). The vote count will begin Tuesday evening (Wednesday in India) once the electoral process is complete in each state. There’s a close battle between Trump and Joe Biden and there are fears the matter could reach the Supreme Court. People in America fear that violence could break out after the results. For this reason, shopkeepers in many cities have closed shops for security reasons and also covered them with wooden boards. Whether Trump wins or Joe Biden, only time will tell who the American people like. However, this journey to the White House includes several important milestones. Let us know.

First stop is primary

The primaries can be described as the first stage of the US presidential election. Parties and state governments organize it. In a way, this process starts two years before the election. Leaders make nominations on behalf of their party. Then the people there seal it. In some states the candidate is decided by secret ballot and in some by open ballot. The difference between the two is that only the party members can vote in the secret ballot and the public can also vote directly in the open ballot. In fact, these people elect their own representative, and these representatives nominate the president’s candidate for the convention. There are now area codes in 44 states. After 2016, 10 states moved from assemblies to primaries.

Second caucus

The caucus is an old-fashioned way of voting for a presidential candidate. It is also known as the Iowa caucus. Now it is only used in 6 states. To understand the caucus in a very simple language, the first is that it is organized directly by the parties. The state government plays no role in this. The parties decide on the rules and voters. The ballot is not used here to select delegates. Party members select one of the many candidates by raising their hands.

Third – convention

If you understand the convention in simple terms, it can also be called a party convention. Party representatives take part, that is, those who have come from the primaries or meetings. You choose the candidate who will be the presidential candidate by voting here. The presidential candidate decides the vice-presidential candidate after consultation with the MPs of the party. The number of delegates selected from each state is different. It depends on the population. California has the highest number of 415 delegates.

Fourth – referendum

Voters in the US choose voters first. They form an electoral college. This electoral college elects the president. In fact, the public means that voters choose their representative. That voter then elects the president. Now it is not necessary for the public to vote for the candidate of their choice; H. The presidential candidate. Let us know that Donald Trump received 62,984,825 (46.4% votes) and Hillary 65,853,516 (48.5% votes) in 2016. Apparently, Hillary was the public’s first choice. However, the election vote won the trump card.

Fifth and final stop – Electoral College

This is the stage that is discussed a lot. However, many people have started to get this wrong. 538 voters are elected by popular vote in 50 states. They form an electoral college. 270 electoral college votes are required to become president. The more population a state has, the more electoral votes. The number of MPs elected to both houses from each state will be the same number of voters. California only has 3 voters in 55 So Wyoming. In 2016, Trump had the support of 306 voters. The number for Hillary has been reduced to 232. She lost the election.

These are the top five steps in the US presidential election that will be very important in bringing the trip to the White House to a close.