HARRY HURLEY PROJECTS THAT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP WILL WIN A SECOND TERM... JOE BIDEN WILL WIN THE POPULAR VOTE.

It’s the day before the 2020 Presidential election. Although, we have been quick and consistent to point out that (here in New Jersey) Election Day for you was actually the day that you received your ballot in the mail.

As promised, here is my final Electoral College map regarding President Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden for The United States Presidency.

DISCLAIMER: If you haven’t mailed-in your election ballot, place it in one of the drop boxes, or, you can also drop it off at any polling precinct that’s open by 8:00 p.m., (tomorrow), Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Here are the drop box locations in Atlantic County:

With the COVID-19 pandemic, record Vote-by-Mail and early voting, it’s the most difficult election ever to try and predict the outcome.

There are 14 so-called “Battleground States.” However, in essence, there are really 9.

Winnowing it down even further, I predict that it will come down to these eight states: Florida (29), Pennsylvania (20), Ohio (18), Georgia (16), North Carolina (15), Arizona (11), Iowa (6) and Nevada (6).

I have projected that Trump will win all eight, however, some/most will be very close.

Harry Hurley’s Final Projection for the 2020 Electoral College Presidential Map.

Nevada is my “upset” pick. It may ultimately go into the Biden column. I just like the momentum that Trump has gained in Nevada in the closing days.

It’s a tragedy that so many key states have purposely rigged the game so that ballots will be able to legally be accepted days, even weeks after Election Day.

Nothing good can come from this. And, it invites mischief and blatant cheating after-the-fact.

In the end, I predict that Biden will win the popular vote, powered by California, New York and other liberal, densely popular states.

However, the popular vote is meaningless.

The only contest that counts is the Electoral College, which I predict that President Trump will win a second term by a margin of 286-252, or, more likely, 280-258.

More than 95 million Americans have already voted. This election will set a record for total votes cast, with more than 150 million.

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