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What We’re Reading Today: Vote Count Drags On, Pollsters Take A Hit, Trends You Might Have Missed . . . And More

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Some headlines that caught our eye.

Election 2020: The Count

Trump campaign says it is suing to stop Michigan and Pennsylvania ballot counts — CNBC

Presidential Race Remains Close in Key Battlegrounds — USA Today, via RealClearPolitics

Yes, Democrats Are Trying To Steal The Election In Michigan, Wisconsin, And Pennsylvania — The Federalist

Trump Says He’ll Go to Supreme Court: ‘As Far as I’m Concerned, We Already Have Won’ — CNSNews

In Battleground Nevada, Where Biden Holds Slender Lead, Big-City Results Due Thursday News Max

Media, Pollsters Take A Beating

Watchdog calls for investigation Into Media’s Election Tampering — CNSNews

We already know who lost the election: MSM pollsters — American Thinker

The Pollsters Were Wrong Again — Why Do We Listen To Them? — Hot Air

Election Day’s Biggest Losers: The Poll Analyst Bros, and They Should Never Work Again — Red State

Disgraced Pollsters And Media Didn’t Get the Blue Wave They Prophesied — The Federalist

Election Trends You Might Have Missed…

Preliminary data shows Trump wins highest share of nonwhite vote for GOP in 60 years — Washington Examiner

PoliticoPlaybook: ‘Tuesday Was an Abject Disaster for Democrats in Washington’ — Politico Playbook Blog, via CNSNews

Game-On for the Coup? — American Greatness

Pollster Rasmussen: If Biden wins, he’ll be going to the White House in ‘a horrible position’ — Just The News

Michigan USPS Whistleblower Claims Late Ballots Received Backdated Postmarks

COVID-19 Social Out-Fall

Companies Join Exodus To Suburbs As Cities Transform Into “Ghost Towns”  — Zero Hedge

Midwestern States Thrive With Fewer Virus Rules As Second Wave Arrives 

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