Presidential elections take place in the United States every four years, so during 2020 they will be held, as always, during the Tuesday following the first Monday of November.
So, the most important date regarding this event is November 3, 2020, a date set for the presidential elections in which Trump will try to stay in the White House for four more years while the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, will try to unseat him.
Thus, during the November 3 elections, the new president, the vice president, a third of the Senate and all members of the House of Representatives.
Besides this date, there are also other days marked on the electoral calendar. For example, September 29, when the first electoral debate between the two presidential candidates took place. The next debate between the candidates would have been Thursday October 15, but it was eventually canceled. The third and final meeting is scheduled to Thursday October 22 en Nashville, Tennessee.
After these meetings, the voting takes place which, as indicated, will be on November 3, 2020. In them, all US citizens who meet the requirements will vote reside in your state and are 18 years old on Election Day.
Further, You must be registered to vote before the deadline in each state. North Dakota does not require registration to vote, but in all other states it is. Some of them close the registration period until one month before the day of the elections, but others keep it open until the day of the elections.
After the electoral vote on November 3, December 14, 2020, the members of the Electoral College meet in each state to cast the votes. Then, on January 5, 2021, Congress meets to officially count electoral votes and, January 20, 2021, takes place on the day of the Presidential Inauguration.