CLOSE President Trump and President George W. Bush won the electoral vote during the election, but not the popular vote. How does the electoral college work? USA TODAYDES MOINES – Facing tightening polls with less than three weeks before Election Day, President Donald Trump sought to appeal to rural voters at a campaign rally in Iowa, a state he won handily just four years ago. “You’re a big state to me,” Trump told thousands of mostly maskless supporters at Des Moines International Airport in a nearly 90-minute speech. “You have tremendous influence and tremendous power and you’ve never let me down.”The president appeared at his third rally in as many days more than a week after he was hospitalized for COVID-19. Trump is looking to close the gap with Biden, who has consistently maintained an edge over the president in national polls and in some key battleground states.  The pair remain locked in a dead heat in Iowa but the former vice president leads Trump by 6 points in Michigan and Nevada, according to a CBS/YouGov poll taken between Oct. 6-9. “If I don’t get Iowa I won’t believe that one,” Trump said. “I may never have to come back here again if I don’t get Iowa.”Trump disputed polls showing him tied or behind

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