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New polling numbers out today, and it is mostly a good outlook for the Biden campaign – to the extent that we are going to believe the polls, anyway.
Wisconsin appears out of reach for Trump and likely to return to the Democratic side of the ledger. Arizona and Pennsylvania each give Biden a solid but not solidified six-point lead. And Florida is, well, Florida. Leaning to Biden by three points, the Sunshine state is once again headed to a photo finish
Here’s a bit more on that incident with the Democratic party campaign bus incident in Texas. The Washington Post reports:
Biden’s campaign said in a statement that cars with Trump signs and flags surrounded its bus on the way from San Antonio to Austin. The bus was on Interstate 35, it said, when cars pulled in front of the bus and slowed, attempting to “stop the bus in the middle of the highway.” Campaign staff called 911, according to the statement, getting help from law enforcement to reach their destination. Video captures a white SUV and a truck colliding behind the Biden bus.
I LOVE TEXAS! pic.twitter.com/EP7P3AvE8L
Rather than engage in productive conversation about the drastically different visions that Joe Biden and Donald Trump have for our country, Trump supporters in Texas today instead decided to put our staff, surrogates, supporters, and others in harm’s way.
Here’s a bit more on where we can expect to see the candidates out and about on the last couple of days.
Today Donald Trump is visiting:
Hi, and welcome to Sunday’s coverage of the US election – two days before election day arrives at last. Donald Trump will be in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida – his last rally doesn’t start until 11pm. Joe Biden targets one place: Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. Here’s a catch-up on where we are…
Donald Trump | The Guardian
1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites)