Voters are about to take their first long look of the 2020 presidential campaign at presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden — and that may not be a bad thing for President Trump.
Biden announced Kamala Harris, Democratic senator from California, as his running mate on Tuesday and will accept the presidential nomination during the Democratic National Convention next week. Conventions frequently produce a polling bounce for the party’s ticket. Even though they will be largely virtual events this year due to the pandemic, that’s a bigger change for delegates than voters, who experience the conventions as televised speeches normally.
But this election cycle has been so focused on Trump, often