WASHINGTON, D.C. – With just days away from Election Day, the Presidential Candidates are out on the campaign trail racing to the finish line.
More than 69 million Americans have voted early, according to the U-S elections project, and Democrats are touting an upper hand.
Anna Weirnicki says Republicans are hopeful that they’ll come out on top this Tuesday.
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE JOE BIDEN ARE HITTING THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL FOR THE FINAL STRETCH TO ELECTION DAY.
It is going to be a tighter election so as a party chair I cant say I don’t have nerves heading into Tuesday.
ACCORDING TO THE U.S. ELECTIONS PROJECT, MORE THAN 69 MILLION AMERICANS HAVE VOTED EARLY. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL
COMMITTEE CHAIRWOMAN RONNA MCDANIEL ADMITS MOST OF THOSE BALLOTS WERE CAST BY REGISTERED DEMOCRATS.
“Early on democrats absolutely got some gains in the absentee voting.”
BUT SHE SAYS SHE’S CONFIDENT THAT ON TUESDAY REPUBLICANS WILL COME OUT ON TOP.
“Republicans like to vote in person. So as early voting is starting we are erasing those gains and then election day we feel will be really strong for republicans.”
AT A RALLY EARLIER THIS WEEK, PRESIDENT TRUMP SAID HE’S FOCUSED ON THE FINISH LINE.
“I think on Tuesday we are going to overperform.”
“I feel very confident that Joe Biden will be elected president on Tuesday.”
BUT HOUSE SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI SAYS THE EARLY VOTING NUMBERS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
“This weekend should be very interesting to see how many more people will vote in advance.”
“In these final days keep that sentiment power with you.”
BOTH PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES PLAN TO SPEND THE NEXT FEW DAYS IN SWING STATES, WITH MULTIPLE RALLIES EACH DAY.
IN WASHINGTON, I’M ANNA WIERNICKI.