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GOP Maryland Gov Says He Early Voted For Reagan

The Washington Post reports: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said he “voted for Ronald Reagan” in this year’s election, writing in the name of the late president and conservative icon after concluding that he could support neither President Trump nor Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Hogan’s latest rejection of his party’s standard-bearer comes as he works to expand his political network …

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Trump: It’s “Not Worth The Work” To Support Collins

The Bangor Daily News reports: President Donald Trump tore into U.S. Sen. Susan Collins of Maine in a Friday tweet, saying the vulnerable Republican whose race is crucial to control of the Senate was “not worth the work” over her stance against seating a new Supreme Court justice before the Nov. 3 election. Collins is one of two Republicans who …

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Early Voting Up “Bonkers” 2400% In All-Mail Colorado

The Denver Post reports: More than 300,000 Colorado voters have returned ballots for the Nov. 3 election as of 11:30 Wednesday night — a staggering display of enthusiasm in a state that sends all voters a ballot by mail. When that latest figure was tabulated by the Secretary of State’s Office, Colorado was 20 days out from the election. Twenty …

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Christie Urges Trump To Promote Wearing Face Masks: “I Let My Guard Down” And It Really Cost Me [VIDEO]

Politico reports: Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, newly recovered from the coronavirus, urged President Donald Trump on Friday to encourage the wearing of face masks among Americans. In his first TV interview since contracting Covid-19 earlier this month, Christie — a close ally of the White House who served as the president’s debate coach last month — said it …

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Biden Responds To Town Hall Questions On Protecting LGBTQ Rights: “I’ll Flat Out Change The Law” [VIDEO]

Out Magazine reports: Tonight in Philadelphia, one voter asked, in the context of Amy Coney Barrett being rushed through a confirmation process to a seat on the bench of the Supreme Court, if the LGBTQ+ community should be worried about an erosion of its rights. “I think there’s great reason to be concerned,” Biden started in his response. He went …

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Biden At Town Hall: “I’m Not A Fan” Of Court-Packing

CNN reports: Joe Biden said he is “not a fan” of court-packing, but whether he ultimately seeks to push for more seats on the Supreme Court depends on how Senate Republicans handle the confirmation process of Amy Coney Barrett. “It depends on how this turns out,” Biden said. Pressed on what that means, he said, “if there’s actually real, live …

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Trump Team Advisor Mercedes Schlapp Self-Owns By Comparing Biden’s Town Hall To Watching Mr. Rogers

ABC News reports: Mr. Rogers was trending Thursday night after Mercedes Schlapp, a senior adviser for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, compared Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s town hall to the beloved show. Schlapp was criticized for comparing the Biden to Mr. Rogers, with some calling it a “self-own” as the children’s television host was known to be patient, inclusive, and …

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Joe Biden +3 Over Trump In Latest Florida Poll

The Hill reports: A Florida poll released Friday showed Democratic nominee Joe Biden with a slight lead over President Trump in what has shaped up to be a tight race in the crucial battleground state. A Mason-Dixon Polling Strategy poll found Biden received 48 percent support among likely voters, compared to President Trump’s 45 percent. The difference between the candidates …

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Trump Doesn’t Know Right Wing Satire Site Is Satire

Politico reports: President Donald Trump on Friday shared a story from a known news satire website seemingly in earnest, using the fake report to blast Twitter’s handling of dubious allegations against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The story tweeted by the president early Friday morning was published by The Babylon Bee — which bills itself online as “the world’s best …

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Pfizer To Seek COVID Vaccine Approval After Election

Reuters reports: Pfizer expects to provide safety data and file for authorization of the COVID-19 vaccine it is developing with German partner BioNTech in late November, delaying any clarity on the vaccine until after the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election. The regulatory filing for the vaccine could come as soon as safety data is available in the third week of …

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