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Hurricane Zeta is intensifying...


New Wisconsin poll (Marquette, A/B): Biden +5


Final week ad spending in Florida

Trump: $0.3 (million)
RNC: $2.1
Pro-Trump IEs: $5.7
Total: $8.4

Biden: $7.7
DNC: $1.1
Pro-Biden IEs: $24.9
Total: $33.7


Trump fudging his crowd size....again


New Battleground States poll (Univision): Biden +3 FL, +5 PA, +5 AZ, -3 TX

Donald Trump and Joe Biden are only separated by a slight margin (49% for the president and 46% for the Democrat) among registered voters in Texas, according to the poll carried out with the collaboration of the University of Houston and conducted between October 17 and 25. The difference falls within the margin of error, making it a virtual tie.

In Florida, Biden leads Trump by only three points (49% to 46%), a difference that is within the poll’s margin of error (3.5%). In Arizona and Pennsylvania, Biden's advantage is five points (50% to 45%).


New North Carolina Poll (RMG Research, B/C): Cunningham +7

In North Carolina, Democrat challenger Cal Cunningham leads incumbent Republican Thom Tillis in the race for Senate. The latest PolitialIQ poll shows Cunningham in front of Tillis by seven points among Likely North Carolina Voters, 49% to 42%. The poll, conducted by Scott Rasmussen, shows 4% voting for someone else and 5% not sure. The margin of error is 3.5%


New National Poll (YouGov, B): Biden +11


New Georgia Poll (Monmouth, A+): Biden +5, Ossoff +3, Warnock +20


LINCOLN PROJECT: "How to talk to your MAGA Friends and Family"

Van Drew Walks Back His 'Undying Support' for Trump

Source: Political Wire

When Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) switched parties, he pledged his “undying support” to President Trump, CNN reports.

Van Drew now says it wasn’t what he meant: “I think voters understand that when you’re in the Oval Office and you’re having a very exciting day and you’re making a little piece of history, that sometimes we all say things.”

He added: “I think the words didn’t explain as well what I exactly felt. It’s not undying support that, whatever you say I’m going to do, or undying support, I agree with whatever you say. It was undying support for the presidency, for the idea of the greatness of America.”

Read more: https://politicalwire.com/2020/10/28/van-drew-walks-back-his-undying-support-for-trump/

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