After a hard electoral battle the Democrats have almost certainly won the presidency, but they have done less well than they had hoped
WASHINGTON, DC – IN 1916 THE Franco-British allies launched a ferocious attack on the German army near the River Somme in northern France, hoping to break the deadlock on the Western Front. The ensuing battle involved more than 3m men and groundbreaking new technologies, such as the British tank. It raged for five months, left over a million men dead or wounded; and by the end the allies had advanced six miles. It was a victory, but by no means a game-changer.
America’s general election has followed a similar pattern. In their determination to bring their superior numbers to bear and expel President Donald Trump, the Democrats launched an unprecedented onslaught.
Joe Biden was the first presidential candidate to raise over a billion dollars in a single election cycle. About $14bn is estimated to have been spent on the election overall—more than the GDP of 25 African countries.
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