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US Presidential Election of 2020

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[Dump Trump flag] image by Randy Young, 7 February 2021.

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Introduction: 2020 Political Campaign of Donald Trump and Mike Pence

The Republican Party selected incumbent President Donald Trump as its presidential nominee at the 2020 Republican National Convention, which was held from August 24-27, 2020. His running mate was incumbent Vice-President Mike Pence.
In the following 2020 presidential race both candidates received record-breaking number of votes, not surprising since the U.S. population has grown from 304 million people in 2008, to more than 330 million people in 2020.
Donald Trump and Mike Pence earned 232 electoral votes and received 74,111,419 popular votes (46.96%). Their Democratic opponents the former Democratic Vice-President Joe Bidden and California Senator Kamala Harris garnered 306 electoral votes and 81,009,468 (51.33%) to win the election. Kamala Harris would become the first Black woman and person of South Asian descent to become Vice-President.
Trump left office amongst his false claims that his victory had been stolen from him, and in danger of being impeached for the second time for inciting a mob to violently attack the capital building causing five deaths. All his untrue claims about winning the election were unsubstantiated and without any basis in fact.
Pete Loeser, 7 February 2021


2020 Pro-Trump Campaign Flags *
Both Official Republican Party and variant Commercial Flags

The 2020 election generated a profusion of flags, both for and against Donald Trump, a selection of which are shown here. The illustrations are the work of Randy Young, Tomislav Todorović, and myself.
Pete Loeser, 7 February 2021

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* Note: Some of these flags were used in both the 2016 and 2020 Election Campaigns, and one for a future imagined campaign in 2024.