- President Trump remains an unconventional political candidate, but he is in firm control of the Republican Party, while maintaining the fervent support of his nationwide base. Notably, the GOP did not vote on a platform this election cycle, deferring to the Trump administration to set its agenda.
- Both parties are seeking to gain the support of suburban women – a key voting demographic in closely contested states and one whose key issues include education, healthcare, and public safety.
- The public health and economic effects of COVID-19 will arguably remain the most important campaign issue in the final weeks leading up to the vote.
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