Biden and Trump Officially Secure Party Nominations for November Election

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have both gathered enough delegates to secure their party nominations for the upcoming November election, setting the stage for a rematch.

Biden reached the threshold after winning primaries in key states like Georgia, while Trump secured the GOP nomination by winning the Washington state primary.

Both candidates have emphasized the importance of the upcoming election, with Biden warning of threats to democracy and Trump urging supporters to defeat his opponent.

However, this election cycle is shaping up to be historically long, with the campaign beginning earlier than usual.

The matchup between Biden and Trump is tied for the longest general election campaign in the past 50 years, with both candidates facing significant levels of public dissatisfaction, according to recent polling.

This information was provided by CNN.

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