A poll released just before Wednesday's vice presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris shows Harris has a nearly 7 point advantage over Pence in a hypothetical race for president.
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Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris will be separated by two plastic partitions when they face off in Salt Lake City for their lone vice presidential debate Wednesday evening.
After a congressional investigation revealed Page to be the host of an off-the-record event paid for by taxpayer dollars, some called for the veteran journalist to step down as Wednesday's debate moderator.
Harris has branded herself as a "progressive prosecutor," with supporters pointing to the fact that she was ahead of her time as she began her career during the "tough on crime era."
This marks the second week in a row that Biden surpasses the 50 percent threshold in polling by the conservative firm.
Kamala Harris and Mike Pence will go head-to-head in the vice presidential debate at the University of Utah.
The survey has 43 percent of Americans saying they think Harris will perform best during the debate, while 37 percent favor Pence.
Voters learned very little during the presidential debate between Trump and Biden, so Harris and Pence are tasked with giving people information on where their tickets stand on key issues.
Shortly after Biden named Harris as his running mate, on August 11, President Donald Trump's re-election campaign released a statement on the former vice president's choice, in which it suggested that Harris called Biden a "racist" during the Democratic debates.
California Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence will go head-to-head at the University of Utah.
Vice President Mike Pence is refusing to use a Plexiglas barrier intended to limit the potential spread of COVID-19 during his Wednesday night debate with Democratic nominee for vice president Kamala Harris.
Kamala Harris and Mike Pence will be separated by plexiglass at the vice presidential debate on Wednesday.
The gap between the conservative vice president and the radical senator from San Francisco is so great this could be a tremendously powerful clash of ideas and policies.
Sen. Harris' ties to the radical left—coupled with the Trump campaign's fixation on linking the Biden campaign to it—may provide an opening that the incumbent desperately needs.
The latest poll from YouGov and Yahoo! News found 48 percent of likely voters would back Harris in a head-to-head against the vice president.
"The clear loser from the debate was Donald Trump," pollster Jeff Horwitt said.
Voters in Florida and Pennsylvania ripped the president's debate conduct, extending his Democratic rival's polling lead in the battleground states.
The former New Jersey governor announced his diagnosis in a tweet, writing: "I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two."
The Democratic candidate is also leading the president in three other toss-up states, including North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, according to the recent poll.
"The doctor looked frustrated as she stepped away, prompting a staffer to say, 'That's all you can do,'" the reporter tweeted.
Members of the president's family were seen not wearing masks while watching Trump debate Joe Biden.
Brian Kilmeade continued to criticize Donald Trump's decision to not explicitly condemn white supremacy during Tuesday's presidential debate
The Fox News host was critical of the "personal attacks" leveled by both President Donald Trump and Joe Biden at the debate.
The Tuesday night debate was a mess and snap polls gave the win to Biden. Still, the Trump campaign has plans to make use of several moments.
The actor also criticized commentator Ben Shapiro in a response to his tweet warning about white supremacists.