Most polls have closed on a busy first day of early voting in Florida, and our live page will do the same. With just two weeks left until the 3 November 2020 US presidential election, candidates are scrambling to deliver their final pitches to voters - and are making plenty of news on the campaign trail as they do.
Here are some of the key events from Monday:
- The first day of early voting in Florida, a crucial battleground state, saw long queues that promise a hard-fought election to come
- Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate, made campaign stops in the state as her running mate, Joe Biden, prepared for Thursday night's presidential debate away from the spotlight
- President Trump attacked Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert, before hitting the trail in Arizona, another battleground state
- The political tussle over public health and the economy that has been central to the campaign continues, as more states begin early voting later this week
We'll be back tomorrow with the latest campaign news and analysis. Monday's live page was brought to you by Matthew Davis, Boer Deng, Sophie Williams, Max Matza, Ritu Prasad and Holly Honderich.