Uncanny sights from the US election 2020

US election 2020: With Joe Biden and Donald Trump battling it out in key states, supporters of both the candidates have found different ways to express solidarity. While the Republican clan makes claims of fraud voting, Democrats want every vote to be counted. Here are the some of the uncanny sights!

'Thank you for voting'

A sign saying "Thank you for voting" hangs on tree outside of a polling place on election day in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 3, 2020. The US started voting Tuesday in an election amounting to a referendum on Donald Trump's uniquely brash and bruising presidency, which Democratic opponent and frontrunner Joe Biden urged Americans to end to restore "our democracy"

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Trump camp

A tent of Trump supporters is set up near a polling station at Bob Ruud Community Center on Election Day on November 3, 2020, in Pahrump, Nevada. Americans were voting on Tuesday under the shadow of a surging coronavirus pandemic to decide whether to reelect Republican Donald Trump, one of the most polarizing presidents in US history, or send Democrat Joe Biden to the White House.

 

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Elvis is voting

Elvis Presley figurines are seen inside a memorial compartment as voters fill out their ballots at a polling station at the San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home in San Francisco, California on November 3, 2020

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'Vote Baby Vote'

Grammy nominated artist "DaBaby" promotes his voter support efforts, "Vote Baby Vote", by hosting an event at a polling location in Charlote, North Carolina, November 3, 2020

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Magical votes?

Voters take photos after casting their ballots at the Magic Castle polling station, November 3, 2020, in Hollywood, California

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'Stop stealing the election'

"Stop Stealing the Election" placards are displayed on the side of a truck as activists gather for a rally in downtown Los Angeles, California on November 4, 2020, a day after the presidential election. The result of the US presidential election is hanging on the vote count in a handful of key states, with the race too close to call so far

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The statue calls

A sign is pictured next to the Lion statue at New York Public Library as protestors march down Fifth Avenue during a "Count Every Vote" rally in New York on November 4, 2020. Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden on November 4 neared the magic number of 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House with several battleground states still in play, as incumbent President Donald Trump challenged the vote count.

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Musical relief

Metropolitan Opera Orchestra musicians perform classical music for Upper West Side voters outside the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center on Election Day, November 3, 2020 in New York

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Demanding reformation

People gather at Copley Square at the Boston Public Library calling for a new political party and system, not happy with either political candidate, in Boston, Massachusetts on November 4, 2020

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Handcuffs

A man is pictured in a costume as a handcuffed US President Donald Trump next to people marching through the streets calling for a new political party and system, not happy with either political candidate, in Boston, Massachusetts on November 4, 2020

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