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Presidential election: Tuesday, November 3rd 2020

 

Candidates:

Republican: Donald Trump / Mike Pence
Democrat: Joe Biden / Kamala Harris
Libertarian: Jo Jorgensen / Spike Cohen
Green Party: Howie Hawkins / Angela Walker

 

More likely battleground states: FL, PA, MI, AZ, NC, WI

Less likely battleground states: TX, GA, NV, MN, IA, OH, NH

Considered safe:
Biden: HI, CA, OR, WA, CO, NM, IL, VA, MD, NJ, DE, NY, VT, CT, RI, MA
Trump: AK, ID, UT, WY, ND, SD, KS, LA, MO, MT, AR, AL, TN, MS, OK, KY, WV, IN, SC
Split/non-WTA states: ME, NE

 

 

US Senate 

All Class 2's are up (elections in 14/20/26/32), and two appointed Class 3's (who I think are gonna have another election in 2022) are having a special election so it's 35 in total this year:

 

Class 3 special elections (incumbent first):

AZ: McSally (R) vs. Kelly (D)
GA: Loeffler (R) vs. Doug Collins (R) vs. Warnock (D) -- Open.. runoff Jan 5, 2021

 

Class 2 elections (incumbent/party first):

States to watch:
AL: Jones (D) vs. Tuberville (R)
MI: Peters (D) vs. James (R)
MN: Smith (D) vs.  Lewis (R)
NH: Shaheen (D) vs. Messner (R) 
NM: Lujan (D) vs. Ronchetti (R)

CO: Gardner (R) vs. Hickenlooper (D)
GA: Perdue (R) vs. Ossoff (D) -- potential runoff?
IA: Ernst (R) vs. Greenfield (D)
KY: McConnell (R) vs. McGrath (D)
ME: Susan Collins (R) vs. Gideon (D)
MT: Daines (R) vs. Bullock (D)
NC: Tillis (R) vs. Cunningham (D)
SC: Graham (R) vs. Harrison (D)
TX: Cornyn (R) vs. Hegar (D)

Other states:

DE: Coons (D) vs. Witzke (R)
IL: Durbin (D) vs. Curran (R)
MA: Markey (D) vs. O'Connor (R)
NJ: Booker (D) vs. Mehta (R)
OR: Merkley (D) vs. Jo Rae Perkins (R)
RI: Reed (D) vs. Waters (R)
VA: Warner (D) vs. Gade (R)
AK: Sullivan (R) vs. Gross (D)
AR: Cotton (R) vs. Harrington ( L ) -- (Democrat Mahony dropped out after deadline, damn forum converted L into heart emoji (L) )
ID: Risch (R) vs. Jordan (D)
KS: Marshall (R) vs. Bollier (D)
LA: Cassidy (R) vs. Adrian Perkins (D) -- Open Primary (if no one above 50% then runoff)
MS: Hyde-Smith (R) vs. Espy (D)
NE: Sasse (R) vs. Janicek (D)
OK: Inhofe (R) vs. Broyles (D)
SD: Rounds (R) vs. Ahlers (D)
TN: Hagerty (R) vs. Bradshaw (D)
WV: Capito (R) vs. Swearengin (D)
WY: Lummis (R) vs. Ben-David (D)

 

Republicans can afford to lose 3/4 seats, depending on who's VP. If the seats are close, it really might not be until January runoffs where control of the chamber is really decided.

 

US House elections:
435 seats, Dems have 232 and can afford to lose around 14-17 depending on what's happening with some currently open seats. 

 

State Elections / Amendments / Initiatives

https://ballotpedia.org/State_legislative_elections,_2020

https://ballotpedia.org/Ballot_Measure_Scorecard,_2020#November_3

 

Polling Places

https://www.vote.org/polling-place-locator/

 

Election Day is upon us, those who haven't yet voted still should. 

 

Will find sources for election results in a follow-up post sometime later (specifically on platforms that aren't censored from reporting conclusive results), but those looking for sources now can find a few at the Decision Desk HQ, NYT, Politico, FOX, etc.

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It's over.

 

Biden takes all 5 votes in Dixville Notch, NH to notch first victory on Election Day

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-takes-all-5-votes-in-dixville-notch-nh-to-notch-first-victory-on-election-day


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If you observe any issues at the polls, here are your contacts:

AZ: (602) 926-2877

CO: (720) 874-9002

FL: (850) 357-8929

GA: (470) 410-8793

IA: (515) 608-6160

ME: (207) 401-2082

MI: (517) 940-4459

MN: (651) 369-9806

NC: (984) 246-2166

NH: (603) 874-1459

NM: (505) 348-5723

NV: (702) 979-1354

OH: (614) 964-1472

PA: (267) 668-2703

WI: (608) 440-2070

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42 minutes ago, Burnt Reynolds said:

If you observe any issues at the polls, here are your contacts:

AZ: (602) 926-2877

CO: (720) 874-9002

FL: (850) 357-8929

GA: (470) 410-8793

IA: (515) 608-6160

ME: (207) 401-2082

MI: (517) 940-4459

MN: (651) 369-9806

NC: (984) 246-2166

NH: (603) 874-1459

NM: (505) 348-5723

NV: (702) 979-1354

OH: (614) 964-1472

PA: (267) 668-2703

WI: (608) 440-2070

Who are these people?

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So they're Trump hotlines. :) At the very least the Maine one leads to the state GOP.

 

The national, nonpartisan voter hotline is 1-866-OUR-VOTE. More info: https://866ourvote.org/

 

Whatever happens, we'll still be ourselves at the end of this. 

 

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6 minutes ago, laylalex said:

So they're Trump hotlines. :) At the very least the Maine one leads to the state GOP.

 

The national, nonpartisan voter hotline is 1-866-OUR-VOTE. More info: https://866ourvote.org/

 

Whatever happens, we'll still be ourselves at the end of this. 

 

For most people I agree, but if Trump wins there will be a lot of caterwauling and we will get another four years of divisiveness from the Dems/Left.


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1 minute ago, laylalex said:

I meant specifically us on VJ. :)

In that I agree.


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4 minutes ago, Dashinka said:

In that I agree.

Harmony and agreement in CEHST!  Reported!!!!!


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5 hours ago, Neonred said:

If Biden wins should I riot?

Any tips as I have no experience in rioting and looting?

This sounds like a Boiler post.

Plagiarism (like Biden)!!!  Reported!!!!!


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09-28-2007 = NOA1, 23 days after their 45-day promise to send it (grrrr).

10-20 & 11-14-2007 = Phoned ImmOffs; "still pending."

12-11-2007 = 180 days; file is "between workstations, may be early Jan."; touches 12/11 & 12/12.

12-18-2007 = Call; file is with Division 9 ofcr. (bckgrnd check); e-prompt to shake it; touch.

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53 minutes ago, Dashinka said:

For most people I agree, but if Trump wins there will be a lot of caterwauling and we will get another four years of divisiveness from the Dems/Left.

 

   A divisive president begets divisiveness. If the guy could have changed that part of himself even a little, he wouldn't have needed the rest of the BS.


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