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📆 The WTF Event Calendar

Calendar events are added by replying to this topic and using the Insert Date function from the composer options menu (looks like… wait for it… a calendar icon). Give your event a title, write a little something about it, etc.

Inspired by the original WTF calendar by @mouseam

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Vice Presidential Debate

2020-10-07T07:00:00Z

Location: Kingsbury Hall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

How to watch: The debate will be carried on the news networks.

The moderator: The vice-presidential debate will be moderated by Susan Page, USA Today’s Washington bureau chief.

Topics announced: Topics are announced by the moderator and the Commission on Presidential Debates a week before the debate. There will be nine topics, and each will get about 10 minutes.

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CANCELED Second Presidential Debate

2020-10-15T07:00:00Z

Location: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.

How to watch: The debate will be carried on the news networks.

The moderator: Steve Scully, political editor at C-SPAN, will moderate a town-hall-style event with undecided voters from South Florida.

Topics announced: The moderator and the Commission on Presidential Debates will announce the topics a week before the debate.

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Third Presidential Debate

2020-10-22T07:00:00Z

Location: Belmont University in Nashville.

How to watch: The debate will be carried on the news networks.

The moderator: Kristen Welker, NBC News White House correspondent and co-anchor of “Weekend Today.”

Topics announced: The moderator and the Commission on Presidential Debates will announce topics a week before the debate, but as in the first debate, there will be six topics. Each will get 15 minutes.

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Election Day

2020-11-03T08:00:00Z

The country votes for the next president of the United States

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“Safe Harbor” Deadline

2020-12-14T08:00:00Z

Members of the Electoral College cast their ballots for president. Under the U.S. system, the winner of each state’s popular vote earns that state’s electoral votes, which are apportioned by population. The candidate who receives a majority of the 538 electoral votes available, or 270, wins the presidency.

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The Senate formally announces the electoral results

2021-01-06T08:00:00Z

Congress meets at 1 p.m. in Washington to count the electoral votes and declare a winner

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Inauguration Day

2021-01-20T08:00:00Z

The winner and running mate are sworn in as president and vice president at the U.S. Capitol in Washington.

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The First Day of the New Congress

2021-01-03T08:00:00Z

The 117th Congress begin their terms of office and could convene as early as noon

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