The craziest ways the 2020 election might end

Five days before the last presidential election in 2016, I wrote a column about the weirdest ways the election could end. At the time, Hillary Clinton had only a 2-point lead in the RealClearPolitics average, 47 percent to 45 percent, and the chances of a photo finish were very real — something I managed to forget by the time Election Day itself rolled around. And, as it turned out, one of my weird endings — Donald Trump winning the Electoral College while losing the popular vote — is precisely what happened.

But this time is different. Vice President Joe Biden has had a far more consistent lead than Clinton did, and he’s coming into the homestretch with a larger lead as well.


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