The pre-election pre-election in November began in Tuesday in five US states.
Democrats in Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Northwestern United States, Ohio and Ohio are in favor of urns, Democrats in Michigan, and Kansas, Republicans, are electing governors. Politicians and analysts pay particular attention to Ohio, which is believed to be a sign of the upswing in the fall elections. In November, the 435-member House of Representatives and the nearly one-third of the 100-seat Senate will be re-elected in the United States and will be governed by 36 in the state.
In Ohio, in 2016, Republicans and Donald Trump won. “The most important question is whether Ohio re-votes as in 2016, or has something changed?” – quoted the founder of the think tank, Innovation Ohio, which is close to Democrats, Janetta King, on the Tuesday issue of The Hill on Washington. According to the June survey by the Marist Poll polling institute, 48 percent of the pollsters in question do not support President Donald Trump and his government policy, and only 40 percent agree. 57 percent of them thought that the presidential election in 2020 should not be voted on by Donald Trump. President of Donald Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence also took part in the campaign of the Byzantine pre-election campaign. Analysts have noticed that state governor John Kasich, a Republican politician who has always been Trump’s critic, publicly suspected Trump’s campaign visit in television interviews. An analysis of The New York Times, on the other hand, evaluated the Ohrid pre-election as a referendum on Trumpr.
US Public Service Radio (NPR) quoted the polling institute of Monmouth University, New Jersey, whose director Patrick Murray said in Ohio that surveys had signaled the victory of the Republican nominee in the autumn elections a month ago, but in recent weeks they have been extremely active in democratization voters, and more and more dissatisfied independent voters with Donald Trump. “This election has become a referendum on Trumpr,” the polling expert suggested to the situation in the Byzantine state.