Count them any way you like, from November or to November but Election Day is officially 80 days away.
So with the spectacle of eMedia coverage and "weighted" eMedia polling what do you know about the respective major economic or tax plans?
There's not too much in the way of focused media coverage on the monumental issues of import or the economic advisors and their historical ideas on making an economy work.
Why do you think that is?
Here's the top national candidates's campaign schedules.
Donald Trump official campaign schedules:
Friday, August 19: Dimondale, MI
Saturday, August 20: Fredericksburg, VA
Monday, August 22: Akron, Ohio
Tuesday: August 23 Austin, Texas
Wednesday: August 24 Jackson, MS
Hillary Clinton official campaign schedule:
Sunday, August 21: Provincetown, Massachusetts
Sunday, August 21: Atlanta, Georgia
Monday, August 22: Las Vegas, Nevada
August 28, Charlotte, North Carolina
August 31, Cincinnati, Ohio
Candidate events are often available for viewing streamed live and recorded YouTube.
Fundraising events are typically not available to the public.
One caveat, Republican candidate Donald Trump is anticipated leaving the campaign trail today to visit Louisiana, suffering the worst US flooding since Hurricane Sandy.
13 people have died and 40,000 homes have seen damage.