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Polk County Iowa turning out first-time and infrequent voters.

Polk County appears to be following the trend elsewhere in the country regarding early voting.

Let’s start with the numbers here in Polk County. The deadline for absentee ballot requests was this past Saturday at 5:00 PM. When all was said and done, here’s where we ended up:
• 142,018 total absentee ballot requests
81,257 Democrats (57%)
• 32,262 Republicans (23%) 27,719 No Party (19.5%) / 780 Other Party (.5%)
And the rate of return on absentee ballots was:
• Countywide: 79%
Democrats: 84%
• Republicans: 75% / No Party: 69% / Other Party: 70%

...As of Thursday afternoon, the number of Democrats in Polk County that voted early in the 2020 cycle had already exceeded the total number of early votes President Obama won in Polk County in 2012. When that happened last Thursday, there were still 12 days to go until the election.

But the numbers are showing that a higher rate of early voting is actually getting some of our infrequent, harder to reach, Democratic voters to vote. As Bleeding Heartland noted, "TargetSmart’s analysis of early voting shows that of the Iowans who had cast ballots through October 20, an estimated 16.2 percent (92,003 people) did not vote in the 2016 election. About 26,012 of those were first-time voters. The rest were infrequent voters."

source: Polk County Democrats Weekly Update

Our grandfathers helped FDR design Social Security. We can't allow it to be willfully destroyed now.

Powerful article and interesting refresher on how SS came about.

The chief actuary of the Social Security Administration wrote that Trump’s plan would destroy Social Security disability insurance in less than a year, and the entire system in another two.
Des Moines Register 10/25/20 by Henry Scott Wallace and June Hopkins

President Dwight Eisenhower once warned, if there was ever a political party that tried to destroy Social Security, “you would not hear of that party again in our political history.” And though there may be “occasional politicians” thinking that way, “their number is negligible and they are stupid."

Well.

That’s exactly what President Donald Trump and supporters like Sen. Joni Ernst plan to do. If re-elected, Trump says he wants to permanently terminate the key funding source for both Social Security and Medicare — the payroll tax — a trust fund funded equally by workers and employers.

This is not some minor political gaffe. It’s premeditated attempted murder — of programs that American workers love, on which they depend, and into which they dutifully pay each week. This is their retirement security, which they’ve earned, not some kind of socialist welfare “entitlements.”

Our grandfathers, both famous Iowans, played lead roles in helping Franklin D. Roosevelt design Social Security during the New Deal. Henry A. Wallace was FDR’s secretary of agriculture and later vice president, a product of Adair County and Iowa State College, who settled in Des Moines. Harry Hopkins was FDR’s closest adviser and later secretary of commerce, raised in Grinnell and a graduate of Grinnell College. Both served on the committee that labored mightily to create Social Security, chaired by Labor Secretary Frances Perkins, and the legislation they produced was unanimously supported by every senator and congressman from Iowa, Republican and Democrat.


more at link...
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/columnists/iowa-view/2020/10/25/social-security-our-grandparents-work-targeted-murder-plot/3732595001/

Des Moines Register Endorsements: All Democrats at federal level.

Register editorial board endorses Abby Finkenauer for U.S. House
Finkenauer is engaged in her district and passionate about things that matter to regular folks. Iowans should be thrilled to reelect her.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/abby-finkenauer-democrat-iowa-house-ia-01-editorial/3698065001/

Register editorial board endorses Rita Hart for U.S. House
Hart is smart, thoughtful and well-spoken. If elected, she would focus on healing divisions and governing.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/rita-hart-democrat-iowa-house-ia-02-editorial/3698067001/

Register editorial board endorses J.D. Scholten for U.S. House
Scholten has an impressive understanding of farming, agricultural markets and the role of antitrust laws in the industry, all vital issues for the district.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/jd-scholten-democrat-iowa-house-ia-04-editorial/3698081001/

Register editorial board endorses Cindy Axne for U.S. House
Axne jumped right into working on issues. She is accessible to her constituents and sees taking care of people as a calling.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/cindy-axne-democrat-iowa-house-ia-03-editorial/3698069001/

Register editorial board endorses Theresa Greenfield for U.S. Senate
Greenfield should be given an opportunity to refocus the junior senator’s office on working Iowans.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/theresa-greenfield-iasen-democrat-iowa-senate-editorial/3698062001/

Bring America together again: The United States needs an experienced, compassionate president. That's Joe Biden.
Our divided nation needs an experienced, compassionate, respectful president. Joe Biden has proven he can be that leader. Trump has proven he cannot.
https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/2020/10/03/des-moines-register-endorses-experienced-respectful-leader-joe-biden/3581278001/


Des Moines Register Editorial: Republican incumbents should be cast out, and open seats awarded

to Democrats.
Editorial: An overwhelming repudiation at the polls will drive home to GOP members how far they have strayed from the noble principles of their past.

Most Iowans were probably raised to vote for the person, not the political party. A thoughtful citizen casts a ballot for the better candidate.

At least that used to be the right way to approach an election.

In this election, the most important consideration for a voter might be the party of the candidate.

That’s because political parties have become so tribal, so lockstep, so power-drunk, so top-down, that the individual merits of officeholders don’t matter much. With rare exceptions, they all vote as a bloc, even to the point of putting party above country.

That has led Republicans down a treacherous path of steadfast loyalty to a president who has coddled dictators, demonized immigrants, wavered on denouncing white supremacists, run the White House like a family business, routinely ignored science and witnessed over 215,000 Americans die in a pandemic on his watch. And the worst may be yet to come, since he has not committed to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election.

That's why in this particular election every Republican incumbent should be voted out of office and every open seat should be awarded to the Democratic candidate.

The Democratic candidates for Congress in Iowa have much to offer. But make no mistake: Elected Republicans' actions have been so poisonous that removing them from power is as important a goal as sending thoughtful public servants to Washington.

The GOP has spent a decade trying to destroy the Affordable Care Act — 10 years of complaining about it, voting to dismantle it and mustering court challenges against . Yet never has the party offered a replacement that would provide health insurance and protections for Americans as comprehensively as this law does.
. . .


more at link https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/opinion/editorials/endorsement/2020/10/17/republicans-do-not-deserve-seats-iowa-legislature-congress-editorial/3641153001/

Theresa Greenfield holding "Field of Dreams Fundraiser"

Is this heaven? No, it's...
'GREENFIELD OF DREAMS': Theresa's final virtual fundraiser before the 2020 election!

Hear from Theresa and other Iowa Leaders:
DAVE LOEBSACK, U.S. Congressman (IA-02)
ROB SAND, Iowa State Auditor
JANET PETERSEN, State Senate Minority Leader
MARK SMITH, Iowa Democratic Party Chair
DEIDRE DEJEAR, Voting Rights Advocate
ZACH WAHLS, State Senator
BOB AND SUE DVORSKY, Past State Sen. & IDP Chair

and Master of Ceremonies:
PHIL ALDEN ROBINSON, 'Field of Dreams' Writer/Director


Monday, October 26, 2020
6:00-7:00 PM CT

https://secure.actblue.com/donate/greenfieldofdreams

538 has IA and GA at 50-50 Biden v Trump.

First time Biden is at 50% in Iowa!!!

Drive through ballot drop off at Ezan Mosque for Bosnian community TODAY!

The Polk County Democrats will have an official drive through ballot drop box located at the Ezan Mosque on Friday, October 23rd and 30th! We will also have free Bosnian gyros for the group on both days!

On Friday, October 30, the Early Vote Express bus will be join us and you can register to vote and pick up campaign swag. If you have an absentee ballot, fill it out, sign it, and cast your ballot at the drop box! This is a safe and convenient way to return completed absentee ballots.

We will be following public health guidelines to keep everyone safe! Masks are required.
If you need to request your absentee ballot, register to vote, or find your polling location visit www.iwillvote.com/ia.

That should make him president: Joe Biden shows up -- and shows he's learned the lesson of 2016

Excellent article including more about the WSJ's "Biden corruption" editorial followed by WSJ reporters debunking it.

The bar was set so low — yet Donald Trump still failed to clear the mark. In his final debate performance of the 2020 campaign (and with any luck, his last one ever), the president fumbled the one attack line that his campaign had prepared against Joe Biden for years.

It was like he whiffed at tee-ball.

The first time Trump tried to hit the former vice president over his son Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings, the senior Biden defended Hunter with the compassion and empathy he so often conveys while recalling the loss of his other son, Beau Biden, or of his first wife and infant daughter in a 1972 car accident. Clearly hesitant to queue up another softball for his opponent, Trump was forced to tread lightly on Thursday night, even though his campaign has revved up its wild Biden-centric conspiracy theories through the right-wing media echo chamber. Indeed, it was Biden who baited Trump into bringing up Hunter first, illuminating what the Biden campaign — after prepping the nominee extensively for days — thinks of the Trump campaign's last-minute gambit.
. . .
This entire concoction is several layers of stupid, as demonstrated to perfection by the pre-debate release of a Wall Street Journal editorial alleging that the former vice president allowed Hunter to sell access to him, followed by the post-debate debunking of those claims — by the Wall Street Journal's news division. It would be comical if it weren't so dangerous.


more at https://www.salon.com/2020/10/23/that-should-make-him-president-joe-biden-shows-up--and-shows-hes-learned-the-lesson-of-2016/

Fact check on the Biden BS (long but worth it)

Fact check on the Biden BS
Published by digby on October 22, 2020

First of all … this:

Edward-Isaac Dovere @IsaacDovere
Oct 22, 2020
Trump aides have been telling people that the big surprise in store for tonight's debate is he's bringing Tony Bobulinski, the former Hunter Biden business associate, as a guest tonight.

They're hoping to spring this on Biden, the way he brought Bill Clinton accusers in 2016

Edward-Isaac Dovere @IsaacDovere
Bobulinski was the subject of a Breitbart article yesterday portrayed as a "bombshell" in which he says that he read Ron Johnson's report on the Bidens and got mad that he "connected the dots" to think they were making money behind his back.
2:33 PM · Oct 22, 2020

Replying to @IsaacDovere
The Breitbart article about Bobulinski also mentions that he was the subject of the Wall Street Journal article which Trump mentioned at the beginning of the week and said would be a huge problem for the Biden campaign -- but which so far, hasn't run.

Edward-Isaac Dovere @IsaacDovere
The Wall Street Journal is, like the New York Post and Fox News, another Murdoch property, but it's editorial standards are much higher than the Post's -- and we know already that among those questioning the Post reporting has been questioned by the 1st main reporter on the story
2:41 PM · Oct 22, 2020


This is about emails purporting to show that Hunter Biden said his father was involved in some of the Chinese deals he was doing, which this guy was in on.

In 2017.

When Joe Biden was totally out of politics.

If they are going to say that private citizens can’t be doing business overseas before they run for president I would suggest that it’s Trump who has the bigger problem.

Anyway, this guy Bobulinski is being sued in California for failing to pay another partner $600,000 and seems to be a bit of an ass. But whatever. This so-called bombshell is absurd.

You are going to be hearing a whole lot more about all this bullshit so I would suggest you take the time to read through the following fact-check, even if it makes you crazy, so you can understand what the wingnuts are saying and why their other “Biden” charges are bunk.

I suspect this is going to continue through January regardless of whether Trump wins or loses and they right wing media machine will keep it alive long after. This is a perfect wingnut scandal, confusing, gossipy, irrelevant and false. That’s how they roll.

And, by the way, it’s a Peter Schweizer special, former partner of Steve Bannon and author of piece of shit book of lies called “Clinton Cash”

As Election Day nears, President Donald Trump and his supporters are urging greater scrutiny of Hunter Biden, the son of his opponent, Democratic nominee Joe Biden. They’re especially focusing on the younger Biden’s ties to China.

“Joe Biden must immediately release all emails, meetings, phone calls, transcripts, and records related to his involvement in his family’s business dealings and influence peddling around the world—including in CHINA!” Trump tweeted on Oct. 14. His campaign also ran an ad that said, “The question is not why Hunter Biden used his name to get these gigs. It’s why Joe Biden let him do it.”

This line of attack against Biden is crystallized in a new documentary distributed by TheBlaze, a conservative media site, and featuring the conservative author Peter Schweizer.

The film relies on Schweizer’s 2019 book, Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends. Previously, Schweizer wrote the book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, which received some poor ratings for accuracy from PolitiFact.

We have previously reviewed some of the allegations leveled at Hunter Biden by Trump allies. However, because of the renewed focus on Hunter Biden’s dealings in China in the closing days of the campaign, we’ll look at some of the issues again here.

Late in the documentary, Schweizer offers a narration that summarizes some of the key arguments made by Trump’s allies.

“What we do know is that the Bidens have cultivated very close relationships with members of the Chinese elite, and some of those relationships would be very hard to defend. … We know the Biden family has a series of lucrative deals with the Chinese government. We know that these deals came despite a lack of experience by the Bidens in the areas they cover. We know that they happened while Joe Biden was steering policy towards China.

“We also know that these deals didn’t just make the Bidens money — they had dangerous consequences for our national security. We know that Hunter Biden’s firm, backed by the Chinese government, invested in a company that was actively stealing nuclear secrets from the United States. We know that China has been consistent in its efforts to acquire U.S. technology, and that their spies have been caught trying to steal our nuclear technology.

“We know that Hunter Biden’s firm bought a company that provides dual-use technologies for the Chinese military. We know that global powers have tried to stop China from monopolizing the world’s mineral resources. And we know that Hunter Biden’s firm bought a company that actually helped China in its competition with the United States for mineral resources.”

Many of the granular specifics that Schweizer cites have been documented, but foreign policy experts say the overarching conclusions reached in the documentary miss the mark because they do not add up to a picture of Joe Biden being corrupt or pursuing policies contrary to the national interest.

The documentary leaves the impression that former Vice President Joe Biden is willing to sell out his country’s national security for personal gain. But independent experts agree that this assertion is baseless. The documentary never says that either Biden broke the law, but its pairing of the Bidens with Chinese figures charged with espionage and other crimes, punctuated by spooky music, might give a viewer that impression. However, there is no evidence that Hunter Biden came close to breaking the law, much less any evidence that his father has done so.

Meanwhile, critics say that the Trump family’s financial entanglements are at least as problematic, if not worse.

“There needs to be financial disclosures of adult children of politicians, as well as politicians themselves,” said Yoshiko Herrera, a University of Wisconsin professor who previously headed the university’s Center for Russia, East Europe and Central Asia. “Let’s start with President Trump’s tax returns, then all the candidates’ adult childrens’ tax returns, and then we can dig deeper on other extraneous rumors about China.”

Here’s a look at some of the claims from the documentary, which we’ve divided into micro-level and macro-level allegations. The Trump or Biden campaigns did not respond to an inquiry for this article, though Schweizer did. Also, for clarity’s sake, the China allegations against Hunter Biden are separate from those involving alleged ties to Ukraine that were published on Oct. 14 by the New York Post, and that have drawn skepticism.

“We know the Biden family has a series of lucrative deals with the Chinese government.”

How “lucrative” these deals were for Hunter Biden is subject to divergent estimates, but the deals did exist, through Bohai Harvest RST, a company that Hunter Biden was involved in to pursue investment opportunities.

In September 2014, a deal was announced for Bohai Harvest RST to invest 6 billion Chinese yuan, or about $1 billion at the prevailing exchange rate, in Sinopec Marketing Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of a state-controlled oil and gas company. The investment, finalized in March 2015, was one of several simultaneous investments by various entities that added up to nearly a 30 percent stake in the firm.

In September 2015, Bohai Harvest RST paid $600 million to buy 49 percent of auto supplier Henniges Automotive Inc.; the Chinese state-owned AVIC Automotive Systems Holding Co., reportedly acquired 51 percent.

And in April 2017, Bohai Harvest RST paid $1.2 billion for 24 percent of Democratic Republic of Congo-based Tenke Fungurume Mining. Much of the rest of the company is owned by China Molybdenum Co., a private holding company with “state-owned capital participation.”

So where did the capital to make these investments come from? In 2019, the Wall Street Journal, citing business registrations, reported that Bohai Harvest RST was 80 percent controlled by Chinese entities.

George Mesires, a lawyer for Hunter Biden, told PolitiFact in 2019 that the younger Biden was an unpaid board member until October 2017, at which point he did take a 10 percent financial stake in Bohai Harvest RST.

Mesires later released a statement on Oct. 13, 2019, saying that Hunter Biden would be resigning from the board, without receiving any return on his investment or shareholder distributions. That decision was made around the time that Trump allies were targeting his activities publicly.

“We know that these deals came despite a lack of experience by the Bidens in the areas they cover.”

Hunter Biden had work experience in the financial services sector and had been a Yale Law School-educated attorney, but he does not appear to have had any significant training in Asia, oil and gas, mining, or aviation.

“We know that (these deals) happened while Joe Biden was steering policy towards China. We also know that these deals didn’t just make the Bidens money — they had dangerous consequences for our national security.”

Robert Ross, a Boston College political scientist who specializes in China, said that what was known as the Obama administration pivot toward Asia began in 2010. This predated the creation of Bohai Harvest RST.

“This policy shift aimed to resist Chinese security policy initiatives,” Ross said. “Overall security and economic trends reflected a significant hardening of U.S. policy toward China, as compared to both the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations. For instance, U.S. policy developed greater security cooperation with South Korea, Japan, and the Philippines to strengthen the alliances and to better contend with Chinese policy.

But Ross said that he knows of “no U.S. agreements with China that entailed U.S. security interests, much less that compromised U.S. security.”

“We know that Hunter Biden’s firm, backed by the Chinese government, invested in a company that was actively stealing nuclear secrets from the United States. We know that China has been consistent in its efforts to acquire U.S. technology, and that their spies have been caught trying to steal our nuclear technology.”

Reuters has reported that Bohai Harvest RST also invested in China General Nuclear Power Corp, a state-owned company. The company employed a naturalized U.S. citizen and nuclear engineer, Allen Ho, who was indicted in the United States in 2016 for allegedly enlisting U.S.-based nuclear experts to assist in developing and producing special nuclear material in China. “Prosecuting those who unlawfully facilitate the acquisition of sensitive nuclear technology by foreign nations continues to be a top priority of the National Security Division,” the Justice Department said its news release about Ho’s sentencing to 24 months in prison.

“We know that Hunter Biden’s firm bought a company that provides dual-use technologies for the Chinese military.”

The Henniges Automotive deal was done in concert with AVIC, an aviation company that is involved in both military and commercial markets.

“We know that global powers have tried to stop China from monopolizing the world’s mineral resources. And we know that Hunter Biden’s firm bought a company that actually helped China in its competition with the United States for mineral resources.”

The mining deal involved the takeover of a mine that produces significant amounts of cobalt, which technically isn’t a rare-earth element but which is considered a critical mineral by the U.S. government, along with niobium, another commodity produced by the Chinese mining company.

The film acknowledges that the Obama administration was fighting China over rare-earth minerals at the time, which is the opposite of Biden steering U.S. policy towards his son’s benefit.

Problems with the macro-level allegations

Even if the granular details are correct, however, that doesn’t mean there is a widespread scandal. Here are a few reasons why:

The verifiable aspects of the story are about Hunter Biden, not Joe Biden.

In many of these allegations, Schweizer uses the term “the Bidens.” While the viewer is presumably meant to fill in the blank as “Joe Biden,” the allegations really refer to members of his family, particularly Hunter.

In our previous analyses, we’ve made it clear that Hunter Biden did cause a problem of appearances for his father.

“It is apparent to me that Hunter Biden did not do anything illegal in China, but it would have been much better for Joe Biden’s political fortunes if Hunter Biden had not been involved in either Ukraine or China,” Lincoln A. Mitchell, an adjunct research scholar at Columbia University’s Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, told us last year.

Barry Naughton, chair of Chinese international affairs at the University of California-San Diego, told us earlier this year that while it’s allowed, “it is certainly a bad thing that our political system allows deals like this, and a bad thing that Hunter Biden takes advantage of them.”

In a lengthy investigation of dealings by Hunter Biden and James Biden, the nominee’s brother, Politico concluded that “Biden’s image as a straight-shooting man of the people … is clouded by the careers of his son and brother, who have lengthy track records of making, or seeking, deals that cash in on his name.”

Regardless, there is no evidence that Joe Biden was orchestrating these activities, or benefiting from them.

Schweizer told PolitiFact that he does not “allege anyone broke a law. But I don’t know that the threshold for acceptable behavior for our elected leaders needs to be not committing criminal acts.”

There’s no evidence that Hunter Biden’s activities drove changes in policy.

Just because the deals happened at the same time doesn’t mean that Joe Biden acted corruptly in carrying out policy.

Much the same fallacy can be seen in the accusations that Biden acted to oust Ukraine’s top prosecutor in order to benefit a company where Hunter Biden was serving as a board member. In reality, much of the international community was united in the push to remove the prosecutor due to concerns over corruption.

The rare-earth minerals deal, for instance, ran counter to the administration’s policy, which suggests White House policy was running against Hunter Biden’s business interests.

Schweizer said his research shows that Chinese officials sought out Hunter Biden and his partner Devon Archer “to pursue an agenda of ‘soft diplomacy,’” and that Joe Biden “made numerous public statements in which he portrays China as a harmless rival. … That a sitting vice president is presenting our main rival in this light is not insignificant.”

However, a point that the documentary doesn’t note is that Biden’s policy now, as a candidate, has been tough on China. He has been framing “China’s rise as a serious challenge,” according to an analysis by the Council on Foreign Relations.

“He has criticized its ‘abusive’ trade practices — warning that it may pull ahead of the United States in new technologies — and its human rights record,” the analysis says. “He says he would mount a more effective pushback against China than Trump and work more closely with allies to pressure Beijing.”

For better or worse, these sorts of ties are common, and legal, among world leaders.

A wide range of China experts told PolitiFact that it’s not unusual for Chinese government and businesses interests to court prominent Americans or their family members.

“This is a standard operating procedure,” Naughton said. “Bring in an influential person, give him a small percentage of a firm as a ‘finders fee,’ and grow the business.”

It is a widespread belief of Chinese leaders “that a father always secretly helps his son,” said Zhiguo He, a finance professor at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. “Chinese business entities would like to give favors to the son in a proactive way, with the belief that if I am giving deals to the son, the father will remember it. Many lower level officials are doing it.”

Neil Bush, the younger brother of then-President George W. Bush, testified in a March 2003 divorce proceeding about a $2 million stock deal with Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., a firm backed by the son of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin.

HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate, offered to buy a hedge fund owned by former White House official Anthony Scaramucci; retained the legal services of Gary Locke, the former U.S. ambassador to China, shortly before his confirmation; and provided financing to a private-equity firm backed by Jeb Bush, according to a 2019 account in the Intercept.

The Bank of China added Angela Chao, the sister of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and sister-in-law of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to its board of directors, the Intercept reported.

President Trump and his family have faced questions of possible conflicts of interest as well, including the granting of Chinese trademarks to Trump’s daughter Ivanka, who owned a fashion line.

Both the Biden and Trump examples involved a child of a powerful U.S. official getting special treatment or business opportunities from the Chinese government, but there are some differences. On one hand, Ivanka Trump’s trademark approval involved an expedited regulatory review, as opposed to an ongoing investment opportunity. On the other hand, unlike Biden, she was a White House official at the time, in addition to being the president’s daughter. And the president himself maintains extensive business interests around the world.

Schweizer told PolitiFact that “any time family members of politicians have business deals with foreign governments, it’s fair to raise the issue.” However, for the past four years, he said, “the Trump’s family members’ financial relationships seem to have been well covered,” while Biden’s have not.

Others, however, believe the reason for concern about China ties should tilt more heavily toward the Trump family. He of the University of Chicago said that in his exposure to China over the past 10 years, “I rarely heard about Hunter. I heard a lot more about Ivanka.”

Biden campaign artwork crops up in Yorkville field

https://journaltimes.com/news/local/biden-campaign-artwork-crops-up-in-yorkville-field/article_5d91a5af-f724-56c1-907f-e5e2804cb84b.html

This is a good thing!
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