Today is Election Day, the last day that voters can vote for the 2020 presidential election. Throughout the country, people from every state showed up in person to vote for either President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden. With the past four years behind America, we can look back and see how our political landscape has become more contentious on both sides of the political spectrum. From COVID-19 to the Black Lives Matter protests, 2020 will go down as one of the most heated times in terms of politics and social issues.
Both candidates have been campaigning the last few weeks, with Biden recently in Philadelphia and Trump in Bucks County on Halloween. Each candidate has brought with them support and controversy, with both Democrats and Republicans pushing for socio-political changes throughout the country.
We here at USALA have a simple message: GO VOTE!