Mark Cuban Shares Support For Joe Biden, Gives Followers Something ‘To Keep in Mind’ During Election

by Kayla Zadel
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Mark Cuban is joining the list of sports figures sharing their political opinion on social media. He’s taking to Twitter during the election to share his thoughts.

This time, Mark Cuban isn’t fighting with fellow Texan Ted Cruz. In this tweet, Cuban seems like he’s trying to educate his followers and let them know that there’s still time to register to vote.

“If you live in Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, or Wyoming, you can register to vote today. #BidenHarris2020

As Election Day progresses into Election Night, the business tycoon publishes another message. This time it’s in regards to votes and the numbers.

“One thing to keep in mind during this election night, when you see X% of estimated votes counted, it’s a meaningless number. There is no way to know how many votes will be cast. Even the registered number of voters isn’t know to the outside world. So those numbers mean nothing”

Cuban endorsed presidential candidate Joe Biden earlier this year.

Mark Cuban Explains Why He Backs Biden

Mark Cuban’s been an entrepreneur for most of his life, and now he can add “billionaire” to that entrepreneur title. So when it comes to supporting Joe Biden, it all came down to a business decision.

According to CNBC.com, Cuban’s been vocal about who he wants to win the presidential election. Earlier this year during an Instagram live interview, the tech billionaire and Dallas Maverick’s owner said that he’s backing Biden. He’s endorsing Biden because it’s the “right choice for business.” Cuban continues to say that he’s not happy with the way that President Trump’s handled the economy.

“You always have to realize that without leadership, there’s instability. And instability is the worst thing that can happen to a business,” Cuban said on Instagram Live in an interview with Rhett Buttle, the Biden campaign’s national business advisor.

He continues to say that he’s not happy with the way President Trump responded to the pandemic. He believes that it directly affected the economy. Cuban even takes aim at President Trump’s own entrepreneurial decisions.

“If you can’t open the doors in your community, whether it’s because of instability, civil unrest or Covid, it doesn’t matter how great of an entrepreneur [you are], it doesn’t matter how many customers you may want or have because they can’t come see you,” Cuban been quoted saying.

Cuban believes that President Trump has caused millions of businesses to crumble during the pandemic.

Outsider.com