Zombie Reagan got at least one vote in 2020

Lots of Meta on Friday, brought on by Mary Trump’s “crazy uncle”. x Scoop w/ @ErinatThePost: Turned off by President Trump, Maryland’s GOP governor Larry Hogan casts write-in vote for Ronald Reagan… https://t.co/U36tp4WXEz— Robert Costa (@costareports) October 16, 2020 Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said he “voted for Ronald Reagan” in this year’s election, writing…

Trump Hands Iowa to Biden

Well, Trump just guaranteed that Iowa will go for Biden: He threatened (promised) Iowans that if they don’t vote for him, he’s never coming back to Iowa again. x The President says if he doesn’t win Iowa, he’ll never return to Iowa again pic.twitter.com/YEdl5DoOY4— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) October 15, 2020 Judging by the retweets, Iowans…

SC-Sen: New Poll Shows Jaime Harrison (D) Pulling Ahead Of Lindsey Graham (R) 47-46

Some good news today out for South Carolina courtesy of Data For Progress: x #SCsen:Harrison (D) 47% (+1)Graham (R-inc) 46%@DataProgress/@IndivisibleTeam (D) LV, 10/8-11https://t.co/TEi0L5YL4G— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 14, 2020 In South Carolina, Democrat Jaime Harrison, the former chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party, is going up against incumbent Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. We find…

NC-Sen: NYT/Siena Poll Has Cal Cunningham (D) Beating Thom Tillis (R) 41-37

Some more good news today out of North Carolina courtesy of The New York Times/Siena college’s latest poll: With a half-million votes already cast, President Trump and Senator Thom Tillis trail their Democratic challengers in North Carolina, according to a new poll from The New York Times and Siena College, signaling potential trouble for Republicans in…

Quinnipiac Poll Has Joe Biden Beating Trump 48-47 In Ohio

Some very encouraging news today out of Ohio courtesy of Quinnipiac University’s latest poll: OHIO: PRESIDENTIAL RACE The race for the White House in Ohio remains essentially tied, as likely voters support Biden 48 percent and Trump 47 percent. Four percent are undecided. This is identical to the last Ohio survey released on September 24th….