Industry Dive Insight: The impacts of 2020 election results (so far) on business in our markets
During the 2020 election cycle, Industry Dive journalists didnt cover the political horse race as it unfolded. Plenty of news organizations did that. Instead, we report on the potential business implications of election results on the 20+ industries and professions we cover.
As we still await the outcome of the presidential race a full two days after Election Day, states have certified results of Senate and House races, state legislature contests, and ballot initiatives. These outcomes alone will have ripple effects across business -- from how delivery services classify their drivers to the workplace implications of legal marijuana to the likely Republican-leaning Senate's impact on policy affecting many sectors.
Now that the dust has settled on some (but not all) election results, this is what our sources have to say about the different outcomes and their impact on various sectors. As the results of the presidential election become clear, our journalists will also have stories unpacking what that may mean for business conditions in 2021 and beyond.
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Updated Nov. 6.
Nov. 6, 2020
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