2020 Presidential Election

Joe Biden Won The Election, Donald Trump Hasn’t Conceded — What Happens Next?

Nov 16, 2020
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This story was originally published by The Southeast Arrow on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

The 2020 Presidential Election is officially over and Joe Biden has come out on top. But, as of 5 p.m, sitting President Donald Trump has not conceded, has been filing lawsuits, calling for recounts and the final winner of the election to be chosen by the Supreme Court.

Will there be a legal battle over the election?

Updated on Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. ET

President-elect Joe Biden called for healing and cooperation in his victory speech on Saturday night, striking an optimistic tone about the prospects for a renewed and reunited America.

LGBTQ+ Caucus At The UC

Oct 20, 2020
Photo by: Josh Seabaugh, Southeast Arrow Reporter

The 2020 Presidential Election is different from the elections before it, as the pandemic still affects the world. And for many Southeast students, it will be the first Presidential Election they can take part in. When running for president, candidates have to appeal to specific groups of voters. One such group is the LGBTQ+ community. To discuss the upcoming election, an event called the LGBTQ+ Caucus was held by the LGBTQ+ Resource Center on Oct. 14.

Vice President Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris are in Salt Lake City for their only debate of the 2020 campaign. The face-off comes at a time of turmoil for the current administration, with President Trump continuing treatment for the coronavirus.

Follow live updates and fact checks throughout the night.

President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have their first debate Tuesday night in Cleveland.

Fox News' Chris Wallace is moderating the event, scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. ET. Debate topics will include the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and the Supreme Court.

Follow NPR's live coverage, including updates and fact checks.

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