The Ultimate Guide to XXL 2020 Vote Results 2016: Analysis, Maps, and Charts
XXL Freshman season has officially arrived. Before the big reveal of the cover featuring this year's artists, it's time for you to choose the coveted 10th spot, powered by SoundCloud. The world's largest open music and audio platform has given music heads the opportunity to discover many past XXL Freshmen through their SoundCloud profiles over the years. Beginning today (March 30), the polls are now open for fans to vote for the 10th spot for the 2020 XXL Freshman Class.
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Locally, Hays and Williamson counties both beat their 2016 percentage of registered voters and the total number of people who voted early in the entire 2016 election. As for Travis County, it surpassed the total number of people who voted, but not the percentage.
According to the Travis County Clerk's Office, 64.7% of registered voters voted early, coming up short of its 2016 total of registered voter turnout, but the county did surpass the total number of people who voted. During early voting, more than 553,290 people voted in the county, beating the total number of voters in the 2016 election by more than 75,000.
KVUE is keeping track of the 2020 election results here. Be sure to download KVUE's app to get updates as they come in: kvue.com/app. On the KVUE app, you can customize the type of content you would like to be notified about and see the most, including election and voting information. Find out how to customize KVUE's app here.
American citizens that were nail biting and internet browser refreshing in anticipation of the 2020 presidential election results felt a sense of relief on Saturday (Nov. 7) following the announcement of Joe Biden defeating Donald Trump. And how did people celebrate the new president-elect's feat? By blasting YG and Nipsey Hussle's "FDT."
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According to a report from Billboard on Sunday (Nov. 8), YG and Nipsey's collaborative effort, which dropped back in 2016, while Trump was vying for his seat in the Oval Office, was downloaded over 3,000 times, translating to a 740 percent gain in sales, as of Nov. 6.
Apparently, the initial spike in sales began on Election Day (Nov. 3) and sustained as the votes continued to be counted in the days following the election. Between Nov. 3 and Nov. 6, "FDT" was downloaded 2,000 times, which was a 233 percent increase in comparison to four days prior.
The final voting was held in Copenhagen on 2 October 2009, with Madrid and Rio de Janeiro considered favorites to secure the Games. Chicago was eliminated after the first round of voting, and Tokyo after the second (The latter city would eventually awarded the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2013). Rio de Janeiro took a significant lead over Madrid, heading into the final round; the lead was held, and Rio de Janeiro was announced as host of the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The 121st IOC Session decided to add rugby sevens and golf to the Rio 2016 Olympic programme. The tally for rugby was 81 in favor, with eight against, and golf was approved by 63 votes to 26. Neither of these two sports was new to the Summer Olympics; rugby last featured in 1924, and golf in 1904.
The closing ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics was held on 21 August 2016 from 20:00 to 22:50 BRT at the Maracanã Stadium. As per traditional Olympic protocol, the ceremony featured cultural presentations from both the current (Brazil) and following (Japan) host countries, as well as closing remarks by IOC president Thomas Bach, who declared the Games closed, and the Games' organizing committee leader Carlos Arthur Nuzman, the official handover of the Olympic flag from Rio de Janeiro mayor Eduardo Paes to Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike, whose city will host the 2020 Summer Olympics, and the extinguishing of the Olympic flame.
Brand director Beth Lula stated that the mascots were intended to reflect the diversity of Brazil's culture and people. The names of the mascots were determined by a public vote whose results were announced on 14 December 2014. The names, which reference the co-writers of the song "The Girl from Ipanema", won over two other sets of names, tallying 44 percent of 323,327 votes. At the Olympic wrestling events, coaches were given plush dolls of Vinicius to throw into the ring when they wished to challenge a referee's call.
In 2014, Operation Car Wash, an investigation by the Federal Police of Brazil, uncovered unprecedented money laundering and corruption at the state-controlled oil company Petrobras. In early 2015, a series of protests against alleged corruption by the government of President Dilma Rousseff began in Brazil, triggered by revelations that numerous politicians were involved in the Petrobras affair. By early 2016, the scandal had escalated into a full-blown political crisis affecting not only President Rousseff, but also former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, resulting in widespread demonstrations involving millions of protesters, both anti- and pro-Rousseff. At the same time, Brazil faced its worst economic recession since the 1990s, raising questions about whether the country was adequately prepared to host the Olympic Games against a volatile political and economic backdrop. On 12 May 2016, President Rousseff was stripped of her powers and duties for 180 days after an impeachment vote in the Federal Senate, with Vice President Michel Temer standing in as acting president during the Games.
In response to these findings, WADA announced that RUSADA should be regarded as non-compliant with respect to the World Anti-Doping Code, and recommended that Russia be banned from competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics. The IOC rejected the recommendation, stating that the IOC and each sport's international federation would make decisions on each athlete's individual basis. A day before the opening ceremony, 278 athletes were cleared to compete under the Russian flag, while 111 were removed because of doping. In contrast, the entire Kuwaiti team was banned from competing under their own flag for a non-doping related matter. Unlike the IOC, the International Paralympic Committee voted unanimously to ban the entire Russian team from the 2016 Summer Paralympics, and suspended the Russian Paralympic Committee after it found evidence that the DPM was also in operation at the 2014 Winter Paralympics.
Now that you've heard his pitch, remember to vote for your favorite artist beginning March 30. The 2020 XXL Freshman 10th Spot will run for one week. This is where the public gets the chance to vote an artist into the XXL Freshman Class. Go here to make your vote count for your favorite artist.
The Electoral Commission has appointed Thursday 15th and Friday 16th October 2020 as the dates for nomination of candidates for Parliamentary Elections 2021. The nominations shall be conducted at the respective district/city headquarters across the country, beginning at 9:00am and ending at 5:00pm on each of the appointed dates. An aspiring candidate for Member of Parliament shall be a citizen of Uganda and a registered voter.
To vote, just visit the 10th spot voting page and select which artist you believe deserves to be a Freshman this year. Need to decide first? You can watch all the 2020 Freshman Class pitch videos on XXL's YouTube page.