Indica News Bureau-
US President Joe Biden and his predecessor Donald Trump held a duel rally to provoke voters as their campaigns for Tuesday’s midterm elections are set to end on Monday.
Trump made a last-minute plea to voters in Miami on Sunday while Biden addressed a rally in New York to support Gov. Kathy Hochul, according to the BBC.
Addressing voters at Sarah Lawrence College, the president called the next election an “inflection point” that would determine the next 20 years, leaving people to choose between two “radically different visions of America.” I added that I am choosing.
In a speech that lasted more than an hour, Trump accused Democrats of leading the country to “communism.”
“The Democrats want to turn America into a communist Cuba or a socialist Venezuela … I welcome all Hispanic Americans in Florida and across the country with open arms to our (Republican) party.” quoted the former president as the BBC.
He again hinted at a possible run for the White House and told the crowd to “keep an eye out” for his rally in Ohio on Monday.
Also on Monday, Biden will attend a rally in Maryland, usually considered the home of the Democratic Party, while First Lady Jill Biden will support incumbent Rep. Jennifer Wexton in Virginia.
All 435 seats in the House and 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be contested in Tuesday’s election.
39 state and territory gubernatorial elections and numerous other state and local elections are also available.
The results will determine the 118th US Congress.
In the Senate, Democrats and Republicans split 50:50, with Vice President Kamala Harris maintaining the Democratic lead in a tied vote.
Democrats have a very thin majority in the House of Representatives, with 220 seats and Republicans with 212 seats, with three seats vacant.
But recent polls show Democrats are likely to lose the majority in the House and control of the Senate will likely depend on the outcome of very tight elections in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Nevada, the BBC says. are reporting.
More than 40 million votes have already been cast during the early voting period so far.