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8.4 Million: Texas Early Vote Turnout Nears 2016 Total

The Hill reports: Election officials in Texas say more than 8.4 million people have already voted ahead of next week’s general election, nearly equaling the total number of votes cast in the state in 2016. As of Wednesday, 8,449,858 people in Texas have cast their ballots since early voting began on Oct. 13, according to data posted on the state’s …

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Cunningham +3 Over Tillis In Latest NC Senate Poll

The New York Times reports: Joseph R. Biden Jr. holds a small but durable lead over President Trump in North Carolina, where fully 64 percent of likely voters say they have already cast their ballots, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll released on Thursday. In a crucial race for control of the Senate, Cal Cunningham, the Democrat, also …

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Giuliani Calls For Imprisoning CEO Of Twitter [VIDEO]

Matt Gertz reports at Media Matters: Giuliani claimed [Twitter CEO Jack] Dorsey is “an accessory after the fact to the numerous crimes committed by Hunter Biden” supposedly revealed by the hard drive, including “bribery,” “extortion,” “racketeering,” and “the endangering of children.” He also claimed Dorsey is “covering up child pornography.” “Put him in jail,” he added. Giuliani went on to …

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McConnell: GOP Has “50-50” Chance Of Losing Senate

Fox News reports: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the chances are “50-50″ that Republicans lose control of the upper chamber with just five days to go until the Nov. 3 election. “It’s a 50-50 proposition. We have a lot of exposure. This is a huge Republican class,” McConnell, R-Ky., said Wednesday during a campaign stop in Kentucky. “There are …

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Reuters: Pollsters Have Improved Methods Since 2016

Reuters reports: Whenever President Donald Trump is confronted with polls he does not like, especially the torrent of national data showing him trailing Democratic challenger Joe Biden in public support, the president’s response is usually the same: Fake news. But opinion poll experts say there are good reasons to trust this year’s polls more than those of 2016. Many pollsters …

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1993 Miss America Leanza Cornett Dies At Age 49, Was First To Adopt HIV/AIDS Awareness As Official Platform

Deadline Hollywood reports: Leanza Cornett, the American TV personality and former Miss America winner, has died at the age of 49 after suffering a head injury earlier this month. The Miss America Organization and her former husband Mark Steines both confirmed the death in separate social media posts. Reports said she suffered the head injury on October 12 and had …

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UPS Finds Tucker Carlson’s “Damning” Biden Package

The Daily Beast reports: A spokesman for UPS told The Daily Beast on Thursday that they had located a mysterious packaged that Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested had been deliberately misplaced or intercepted because it contained “damning” materials on the Biden family. “After an extensive search, we have found the contents of the package and are arranging for its …

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Kavanaugh Corrects Opinion In Wisconsin Ballots Case

CNN reports: Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh late on Wednesday night tweaked a line in his controversial opinion on Wisconsin mail-in voting this week, after he received criticism for incorrectly saying Vermont had not changed its election rules due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s a rare public correction by a justice that comes as the court is facing multiple appeals …

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DRACARYS: Ossoff Goes Viral With Blistering “You’re A Crook” Jab At Georgia GOP Sen. David Perdue [VIDEO]

Newsweek reports: Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff went viral on Wednesday night after criticizing Republican Senator David Perdue’s record on health care and the COVID-19 pandemic at a televised debate. The former investigative journalist told viewers that his rival had been “looking after” his own assets amid the pandemic while downplaying the threat posed by the virus. He also …

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Federal Court Orders Cultists Jacob Wohl And Jack Burkman To Make “Curative” Robocalls To Their Victims

Click On Detroit reports: Two right-wing political operatives at the center of a robocall scam in Detroit and other U.S. cities have been ordered to call their victims back with a corrective message. Jack Burkman, 54, from Arlington, Virginia and Jacob Wohl, 22, from Los Angeles were ordered by a U.S. district court Wednesday to issue “curative” robocalls to individuals …

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