The first normal thing about the 2020 election

Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City may well have been the last chance to change the dynamic of the race for the White House.

Joe Biden has been in a solid lead for months, and over the last extraordinary two weeks that lead has widened further. Typically the debate between running mates makes little difference. But with the 74-year-old incumbent president suffering from COVID-19 and his challenger less than two months shy of 78, the chance that either Vice President Mike Pence or Sen. Kamala Harris would end up serving out part of the term for the men at the top of their tickets is considerably higher than normal.



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