A special vote for using corn in a special product US Presidential election Support is exactly two August 20th 9:28
One of the key states for next year's US presidential election, a mock vote using special corn in Iowa, the Midwest, was held by the Republican Party led by President Trump and the support of the opposition and democratic parties aiming to regain their power Attention will be paid to whether the results of the election will be forgotten.
Iowa is one of the key states where the election of candidates for the presidential election is the first in the United States, and it is customary for candidates to come together and appeal for support during the pre-election summer festival. The
In line with this, a mock ballot using special corn grains instead of ballots was held at the venue, and there were over 65,000 votes during the festival from the 8th to the 18th of this month. .
As a result, the vote for the candidate for the ruling party and the Republican Party and the vote for the candidate for the opposition party and the Democratic Party both accounted for about 50% of the total, and the support was split in half.
The voter rate within each party was overwhelmingly supported by the Republican Party with 97% by President Trump.
The Democratic Party, on the other hand, had 25% of the former Vice President Biden, who was well-known, 18% of the youngest candidate, Butigej, 15% of the left Senator Warren, followed by Senator Harris and Sender Sanders.
The voting was held as part of the festival, but this is the largest festival in Iowa where more than 1 million people gather during the period, and it is also an important appealing place for candidates. It will be noticed whether will become the fortune-telling of the election.
Participants in the mock vote
The man who gave the mock vote says, “It's like a trend of how people in this region want to vote. I think Mr. Warren is really good. We need structural change.” It was.
Another man said, "I think Mr. Harris is good. I want the discriminating current president to retire."