On November 3, Americans will head to the polls to potentially make their voices heard in electing the next president of the United States. The Onion looks back at the most pivotal moments of the 2020 election cycle.
John Delaney breaks record for earliest and saddest official presidential candidacy declaration.
Howard Schultz announces potential presidential bid, citing intimate knowledge of racial and economic hardships facing Americans employed at Starbucks.
At the first debate, Kamala Harris delivers a death blow to Joe Biden, essentially knocking the former vice president out of the primary race.
CNN broadcasts seven-hour Climate Crisis Town Hall to get all that climate change talk out of the way well before election.
Ahead of fourth Democratic debate, candidate field narrowed from six to 12.
House votes to impeach Trump, making it one of the top issues everyone will completely forget about by the election.
Results of Iowa Democratic caucuses delayed until voting app developers can manually override Bernie Sanders’ victory.
Democratic competitors Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg suspend campaigns to focus on positions in Biden cabinet.
Biden secures nomination after collection of key Democrats decide hey, you gotta hand it to the guy for sticking around.
Fishing ship off Nova Scotia coast gets motor tangled in floating mass of 70,000 “Boot Edge Edge” shirts.
Trump releases early peek at second-term platform as National Guard troops tear-gas peaceful protesters in D.C.
Trump installs Louis DeJoy as postmaster general after expressing horror at the satisfactory state of the U.S. Postal System.
Herman Cain returns to support Trump on campaign trail after dying the day before.
A contagious disease called Covid-19 briefly becomes matter of national concern.
Trump’s poll numbers dip slightly after supporters realize a 6-3 conservative Supreme Court majority makes him redundant.
2020 election cycle comes to an end after winning army finally vanquishes its foe.