US Elections 2020: Twitterati Asks Kim Kardashian Who Did She Vote For

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US Elections 2020: Twitterati has flooded the platform asking Kim Kardashian who she voted for after Kanye West casts the first ever ballot for himself.

Earlier in the day, Kim Kardashian took to her Twitter to announce that she voted for the ongoing US Presidential elections and she also urged people to vote in these elections. However, the Twitterati is eager to know who did the TV personality vote for. Read on to see how Twitter users reacted to Kim’s tweet:

Kim Kardashian’s Tweet

Kardashian took to her Twitter and announce that she had cast her vote and also asked people to vote in these elections. She also informed the users about their right to vote if they are in line irrespective of the timings. In her tweet, she wrote – “I VOTED!!!! Did you?!?! If you are in line when the hours of operation close at the polls, they are required to stay open and allow you to vote, so do not get out of line.”

The Twitter users have flooded the post with questions of who she voted for in the elections. They also asked if she voted for her husband Kanye West. Have a look at the responses to Kim Kardashian’s tweet here.

US Presidential Elections 2020

The Associated Press is sending in the Live Results as the states vote for their next-in-line President. The winning candidate needs a total of 270 votes to win and the current count stands at 224 for Democratic candidate Joe Biden and 213 for the Republican candidate and incumbent President Donald Trump.

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Donald Trump took to his Twitter and made claims about people trying “steal the elections” and that he is “up big” in the ongoing elections. His Tweet said – “We are up BIG, but they are trying to STEAL the Election. We will never let them do it. Votes cannot be cast after the Polls are closed!” However, Twitter has restricted the post and the message — “Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process” — was displayed in place of the Tweet.

Biden took to his Twitter and said that it is not his or Donald Trump’s place to decide who will win, rather it is the public that should declare the winner. Joe Biden also added that he believes they are on track to win this election. Have a look at his tweet.

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