- US presidential candidate Joe Biden has a message for American citizens as they prepare to vote
- According to the former vice president, they will celebrate a big win on Tuesday, November 3
- Biden made this known during his final campaign rally in Pittsburgh on Monday
With less than 24 hours to the highly anticipated US presidential election, Democratic candidate, Joe Biden has delivered a strong message to the American people.
The former vice president expressed optimism that they are all coming together for a big win on Tuesday, November 3, CBS News reports.
Biden who made the disclosure while speaking during his final campaign rally in Pittsburgh on Monday night, November 2, added that nothing is going to stop the country from voting.
"Folks, I have a feeling we're coming together for a big win tomorrow. Tomorrow is the beginning of a new day and there is nothing that is gonna stop this nation from voting."
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The US presidential election will hold on Tuesday, November 3, with Trump putting his popularity on test again with the country's former vice president in a bid to reclaim the Oval Office seat.
Legit.ng recalls that popular United Kingdom-based international weekly newspaper, The Economist, endorsed Biden, as the best fit for The White House in the coming United States presidential election.
The Economist revealed its position in a post on its official website on Thursday, October 29, ahead of the US election slated for Tuesday, November 3.
Meanwhile, in what suggests a hostile political atmosphere in the US, supporters of President Trump and his main challenger Biden have been vandalising signs placed on lawns by Americans.
There are reports that the signs are being stolen at an unprecedented rate, with Steve Cickay, an activist, estimating that about 3,000 Biden signs have been stolen, defaced or thrown away in Bucks County.
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