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Biden is incredible

All Trump knows how to do is be an asshole and interrupt and say nonsense. He is trying to do the debate like he does on Twitter: By debating himself. God he is stupid.

People can't be fooled by this shit.

1,249,442 have voted so far in the 2020 Presidential election

Voted by Party Registration
Reporting states with party registration data: FL, IA, NC

Party Count Percent
Democrats 152,541 53.9
Republicans 49,894 17.6
Minor 1,182 0.4
No Party Affiliation 79,353 28.0
TOTAL 282,970 100.0



https://electproject.github.io/Early-Vote-2020G/index.html



Biden leads 75-18, among those who requested mail ballot(Trump by 8 for those who didn't)

https://twitter.com/ElectProject/status/1310704276826660869?s=20


Judge Orders Emergency paper Back Up of Voter records In Georgia

Interesting...

https://www.ajc.com/politics/judge-orders-emergency-paper-backups-of-voting-records-in-georgia/ZCOJUT7BIRB6JPWMXUEA4TFZDU/


A federal judge on Monday required paper backups of voter registration and absentee voting information at every Georgia polling place, a safeguard to allow voters to continue casting ballots if computers fail on Election Day.


U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg ordered election officials to prepare paper copies of records showing who is registered to vote and whether they’ve already voted before Nov. 3, either by absentee ballot or during in-person early voting.

The ruling could help prevent long lines if poll workers struggle with the state’s new voter check-in tablets, called Poll Pads, as they did during the state’s June 9 primary, Totenberg wrote. Some voters waited for hours because of a combination of high turnout, poll closures, social distancing, absentee ballot problems and difficulties operating voting equipment.

How much did you pay in federal taxes in 2017 and 2018?

Trump paid $750.

I paid probably around 40,000 if you take away the medicare, social security, etc. Got a sweet refund though on those solar panels last year...

Will Trump's taxes break him in this election?

I really think they will. Biden will be able to now emphasize how much of a drain on society Trump has been as president and before.

Judge asks district attorney why he didn't take Trump's tax returns weeks ago

NEW YORK — A federal appeals judge on Friday questioned why Manhattan's district attorney declined to execute a grand jury subpoena for President Trump's long-sought tax returns when it appeared after a recent court order that prosecutors had an opportunity to do so.

Judge Pierre N. Leval said he believed that the order issued Sept. 1 by a separate three-member panel of judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit was meant to pause a lower court’s dismissal of Trump’s renewed bid to kill the subpoena — but that it did not prevent the district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr. (D), from collecting the president’s financial records from his accounting firm in the meantime.

“The stay was a stay on dismissal of complaint,” Leval said during questioning of a lawyer for the district attorney. “It was not a stay on execution of subpoena.”




I think a lot of us here might have wondered the same thing...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/trump-tax-returns-appeal/2020/09/25/c8f425c8-ff45-11ea-9ceb-061d646d9c67_story.html

About that scary OH article (results won't be know for 10 Days!)

https://twitter.com/BruneElections/status/1310279024774729728?s=20


Whoever is ahead on election night in OH likely won it.

944,114 people have voted so far

https://electproject.github.io/Early-Vote-2020G/index.html


VA has now surpassed NC as the state with the most early votes cast -likely because of their in person early vote, which NC hasn't started yet.

Reporting states with party registration data: FL, IA, NC

Party Count Percent
Democrats 136,716 53.8
Republicans 42,494 16.7
Minor 846 0.3
No Party Affiliation 74,182 29.2
TOTAL 254,238 100.0


866,734 people have voted so far.

https://twitter.com/ElectProject/status/1309846117790736387?s=20


As a point of comparison to the 866,734 people who have already voted in the 2020 general election; in 2016, I was tracking 9,525 early voters around this same time



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