Right-wing Rasmussen Reports and Fox News both show Joe Biden as the favored candidate, and all recent national polls show President Donald Trump trailing his opponent.
Recent polls suggest that Joe Biden already has a narrow advantage over President Donald Trump in the key southern battleground state.
Fresh polling and a new report out Thursday, suggest Democrats could reject the outcome of the race if they believe Trump won unfairly.
Election attorney Benjamin Ginsberg said voter fraud allegations from President Donald Trump and other Republicans are unfounded.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was confident the two sides could agree on unemployment and the postal service but said the real "stumbling block" is aid to state and local governments.
Reverend Nathan Empsall of Faithful America said President Donald Trump has "distorted" the Gospel message of Christianity to serve a "hateful, right-wing agenda."
Trump's tweets received fact-checking labels and alert notices for violating Twitter's rules on civic integrity, manipulated information and abuse.
By a double-digit margin, more voters see Joe Biden as having the right temperament to be president and a better ability to care about people.
Elections officials in Miami-Dade County announced the area's Frost Science Museum will serve as an early voting site, instead of the AmericanAirlines Arena, during the two weeks preceding November's election.
Heiko Maas said Trump was attempting "to sow doubt on the validity of the election with the later aim, probably, of not accepting defeat."
According to statistics available on polling website FiveThirtyEight, Trump is pulling in the strongest numbers in Alabama and Oklahoma, both considered to be red states.
Of the 28 endorsements Planned Parenthood Texas Votes issued on Thursday, state Representative Sarah Davis was the only Republican on the list.
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Zuckerberg said he is aware of the risks around misinformation and announced the site will block new political ads during the final week of the campaign.
USPS said it "remained surprised and confused" about the House Oversight Committee's subpoena to Postmaster General DeJoy on Wednesday, after previous requests to submit documentation regarding operational changes went unanswered.
"That figure blows me away," Joe Biden said.
"Mr. Biden holds a wide lead with moderates 55-33 percent, who are a plurality of the electorate," pollster J. Ann Selzer said.
Democrats would need to win at least four Republican seats while maintaining all their current seats to take control of the upper chamber of Congress.
Democrats are asking a judge to deem pre-filled ballot requests valid after a judge said county auditors violated a directive from the secretary of state by not leaving them blank.
Internal emails between staff at cybersecurity firm Cloudflare, which monitors website breaches for the Trump campaign, reportedly suggested the incidence of cyberattacks increased in recent months, according to Reuters.
Researchers found the personal risk associated with voting in person in Wisconsin was similar to that which comes with driving a car.
Four mail sorting machines were reportedly decommissioned at a USPS processing center in West Palm Beach over the past month, according to a local union president.
Biden appears to be in a significantly stronger position than Hillary Clinton was in the summer of 2016.
As the leader of a New York State police union endorses President Donald Trump's reelection campaign, a patrolmen's association in Cleveland is abstaining from political alliances altogether.
"We don't have any authority to do that at the department," Chad Wolf said.
Senate Intelligence Committee vice chair Mark Warner urged U.S. intelligence officials to release more details about Russian election interference during an interview with NBC's 'Meet the Press' on Sunday.
In 2020, even the election experts who called it correctly in 2016 don't all agree.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is ahead of Trump by an average of 8.4 points, according to FiveThirtyEight.
Hours before former Vice President Joe Biden accepts the nomination to be the Democratic party's presidential candidate, Trump will speak down the road from Scranton, where Biden lived until he was a teenager.
In June, Biden out-fundraised Trump by about $10 million.