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Follow the 2020 Presidential Race on NewsBank

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With Election Day four weeks away, news coverage of the presidential race is heating up. Use NewsBank to keep up with news surrounding the election from around the country.

To help users navigate the vast coverage of news about the election this year, NewsBank has created a 2020 U.S. Presidential Race topic page broken into 5 categories which encompass over 45 subjects surrounding the election. Subjects include the candidates and their VP picks; the Democratic and Repulican Parties; information about the campaigns like the debates, political advertising, and political finance laws; issues related to voting such as the electoral college and voting by mail; and almost 20 individual political issues, including climate change, COVID-19, foreign relations, housing, and unemployment.

Coverage of these issues comes from more than 7,000 news sources from across the county, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Daily News of Los Angeles, The Denver Post, and the Houston Chronicle. National news magazines like The Atlantic and Newsweek are also included. And when available, coverage also includes video clips from ABC, CBS, and NBC affiliates.

Find the 2020 U.S. Presidential Race topic page on the NewsBank homepage:

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