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This page will be updated during the upcoming election cycle. Check back occasionally for more resources as Election Day becomes closer.
Election Day 2020 will occur on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
For the most comprehensive information on elections and voting in Washington, please visit the Washington Secretary of State's website (linked below).
2020 Presidential Election
Following the presidential primaries, two major candidates are competing for the office of the President of the United States of America, Democrat Joseph R. Biden and Republican Donald J. Trump. For more information on their campaign promises as well as their party's platforms, please view the following resources.
Candidate Positions and Campaign Promises
JoeBiden.com: Joe's Vision
Visit Joe Biden's campaign website to learn about his policy positions as well as what he promises to prioritize as President. From his team: "We aren’t just going to rebuild what has worked in the past. This is our opportunity to build back better than ever."
DonaldJTrump.com: Promises Made, Promises Kept
Due to Donald J. Trump being the incumbent, his list of campaign promises is designed by his team to be a list of what he has already accomplished and will continue to work toward.
For additional information on each presidential candidate, including those candidates representing the Libertarian Party and Green Party, please visit Ballotpedia (linked below)
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