If Trump Tries to Hijack the Election, We Must Be Ready to Resist 

For nearly four years, we have been laser focused on November 3, 2020, the day that Donald Trump could be voted out of office. In all likelihood, however, the election will not be decided that evening as it has in the past (with the notable exception of the 2000 election). That is because in order to protect themselves against COVID-19, a record number of people will forego the polls and mail their ballots, which take longer to count.

Source: If Trump Tries to Hijack the Election, We Must Be Ready to Resist | Portside

To Defeat Trump, Discredit His Movement, and Elect Progressives – Sign-on letter 

We, the undersigned democratic socialists, want to make clear that the priority for the left in 2020 should be the electoral defeat of Donald Trump and the Trumpist Republican Party in November. At present, the only way to accomplish that will be to vote for his Democratic opponent.

Source: To Defeat Trump, Discredit His Movement, and Elect Progressives – Sign-on letter | Portside

Trump’s election chaos may not be a strategy — but a ‘kamikaze mission’ 

As election 2020 draws ever closer, the flawed, easily gamed nature of the American quasi-democracy becomes increasingly visible, thanks, of course to Donald Trump, our Fluhrer wannabe, who sees no need to hide his contempt for any result in November other than his own victory.Election theft cou

Source: Trump’s election chaos may not be a strategy — but a ‘kamikaze mission’ – Alternet.org

Trump may lose in November — and trigger a new national crisis 

Let’s assume that Donald Trump loses the election in November.Yes, that’s a mighty big assumption, despite all the polls currently favoring the Democrats. If the economy begins to recover and the first wave of Covid-19 subsides (without a second wave striking), Donald Trump’s reelection prospect

Source: Trump may lose in November — and trigger a new national crisis – Alternet.org