The pandemic has not only led to an increase in early voting, it has also changed the campaigns.
Joe Biden has addressed smaller public events in front of socially distant supporters, while Donald Trump continues to hold large rallies with thousands of people.
He recently spoke about one such event in Gastonia, North Carolina.
It took place on the tarmac of an airport, but despite the restrictions of Covid-19, thousands of people were packed together, many without a mask.
Patti Lane said she was not concerned that attending the rally would endanger her health.
“You have to live your life. I believe in God. I have my faith and when it is my time it is my time but I think this is important enough to come here and support him, ”she said.
Many supporters said they would support Donald Trump because of his success as a businessman.
“America is a company and should be run as such, so he is the man for the job,” said Tabatha Moses.
But what about recent media reports that the US president owes hundreds of millions of dollars and avoided paying income taxes?
“I don’t care about any of that, it’s what he did for the country that matters,” said Tabatha.
Theron Suddeth dismissed reports of Donald Trump’s difficult business and tax avoidance as lies.
“He’s the smartest man we’ve ever had as president, someone who builds skyscrapers. A man won’t have a plane or a helicopter if he doesn’t pay taxes, that’s ridiculous, ”he said.
Joe Biden also hosts election campaign events, but they look very different from Donald Trump’s.
They tend to be smaller with only a handful of socially distant supporters.
He often runs drive-in rallies where participants stay in their cars.
In the past few weeks, former US President Barack Obama has started campaigning for Joe Biden.
But it’s not just about big-name speeches.
The Biden campaign also organizes small local events like “Ridin ‘with Biden,” where groups of cyclists in their Joe Biden t-shirts come together and ride bikes to show their support for the Democratic candidate.
There are also many online events, including several Irish-Americans for Biden virtual rallies.
They include prominent Irish-American Democrats making glowing recommendations of the candidate while musicians play traditional music.
Whether virtual or in person, expect both sides to step up their campaigns in the coming days with just one week leading up to election day.
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