It seems that Offset is super keen for people to be voting in this presidential election...

The importance of voting has been stressed for this very moment.

The polls are currently being counted and more people than ever have voted in the 2020 presidential election.

The queues for the polls have been huge...

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Which prompted rapper Offset to step in and offer a helping hand.

Yep, Offset has been in Atlanta today giving away free food and snacks to the queues of voters...

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And there's no doubting how this small act of kindness has lifted morale in light of the anticipated election.

Now, the road to election day has certainly been a wild ride.

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Back in August, when it was announced that Joe Biden would be going head-to-head with Donald Trump as the official Democratic nominee, we knew this race was going to be filled with ups and downs.

But with the end in sight, the 2020 presidential elections have given us more than we initially expected.

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While both sides made the best out of an exceptional situation, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, they also fell victim to some strange habits, including (but not limited to) name-calling, late-night ramblings, inaccurate tweets and misquotes.

Not to mention the fact that the current president also contracted COVID-19 just a few weeks before the all-important election date.

It's definitely been a wild ride so far.

To sum things up, the first presidential debate diminished the last bit of hope we had.

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The Guardian described it as a "national humiliation" watched by global audiences if that's anything to go by. Rather than discussing the pressing issues that were plaguing the country, the 2 nominees resorted to hurling insults from either side of the podium.

And the chance to redeem themselves was stolen as the second debate got canceled.

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Due to the president's potentially contagious self, the second debate was forcibly canceled, though the rivals still held their own separate events where they discussed all the topics they couldn't go into detail about the first time. Public opinion on who performed the best was divided.

And the third and final debate was probably the best of them all, only because of one thing...

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Muting the opponent's mic while someone else was speaking. Who knew such a simple tactic would be so effective? The final debate, which took place in Tennessee, saw both candidates discuss several of the country's problems, including the coronavirus pandemic, social movements, and climate change.

But of course, it didn't come without some last-minute digs.

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Well, what else were we really expecting?

Now, we're mere hours away from closing all the polling stations and rounding up all the votes.

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Though this year, things might be a little different.

Back in 2016, the winner was announced in the early hours of the following day.

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When it was announced that Wisconsin had voted red and ultimately pushed Donald Trump over the 270 electoral threshold, Hillary Clinton conceded defeat and our new president was announced.

But this year, due to the large number of mail ballots, we might be waiting a little longer for the overall results...

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And it looks like it's going to be a close one!

Nearly 100 million had already cast their vote before election day...

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And according to the Independent, polls showed that Biden and his vice presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, lead the way, being favored amongst sixty-six percent of voters.

But between the people that voted on election day, sixty-nine percent of them favored Trump.

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Other polls predicted results that opposed each other, some thinking our current president would be re-elected, while others rounded up that we would have a Democrat on the throne.

And just like the polls, people are also divided on who's going to win this one.

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Who knows which way this one's going to go, but one thing we know for sure is that you should all vote in this election.

The polls are being counted as we speak...

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And there's absolutely no doubt that tensions have been running high all week as American citizens have queued up and cast their vote.

But thanks to a certain rapper...

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Voters in Atlanta were left feeling happy (and full!) this week after casting their votes.

We all know Offset for one thing...

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And that's for his career as a successful rapper.

But also...

For his relationship and marriage to fellow rapper, Cardi B.

While Offset has remained fairly quiet during the build-up to the election...

Cardi B has made her Democratic opinions very well known after she publicly endorsed Joe Biden.

But unlike his hot-headed wife, Offset has decided to remain neutral...

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And this was proven this week when the rapper decided to help out voters in Atlanta by offering out free food and snacks... and people were living for it!

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Offset visited 3 different polling stations in the state...

Including in Gwinnett and Fulton counties, with some food trucks from The Slutty Vegan and Big Dave's - a couple of ATL staples famous for their cheesesteaks.

The rapper partnered with The Lincoln Project and AXSD Media to feed folks in line waiting to cast their vote...

And he was eager to get people excited and talking about the nail-biting election.

Nicely played, Offset!

Make sure to stay posted for election updates.