You’re right. There’s an easy fix for this:
(c)(1) Whenever the difference between the number of votes received by a candidate who has been declared nominated for an office in a primary election or who has been declared elected to an office in an election or who has been declared eligible for a run-off primary or election and the number of votes received by any…
This year, a number of organizations are replacing traditional exit polls with VoteCast, a new survey tool developed by the Associated Press and the NORC at the University of Chicago that combines surveys of early voters, phone surveys and in-person polling at voting locations across the country.
Congratulations Florida, you didn’t “monkey” this one up. You elected someone who racists think is a racist. You elected a Florida man.
The television reports you see from Georgia are largely rural counties and early votes. People are still literally voting in Atlanta. Then the electronic memory cards must be physically taken to a location to be tabulated.
Donald Trump just threw his half-empty family size bucket of KFC across the room.
Then this happened.
No, the other one.
As late as today, news outlets ran stories saying that Taylor Swift had caused such a voter surge in Tennessee that it would push Democrat Phil Dresden (D-Tenn.) to victory in the Senate race against Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.).
Today five Georgia citizens filed a last-minute lawsuit asking the U.S. District Court in Atlanta to stop Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial nominee Brian Kemp from exercising his powers as the state’s chief election official.
Senior Reporter Terrell Starr phoned in this report from inside a polling station in Atlanta:
One has to believe the Universe has a sense of humor.
NBC News reports that Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va) will keep his Senate Seat.
Alabama’s incumbent Republican Governor running for re-election is Kay Ivey. This morning, a woman waltzed into the polls wearing a sweatshirt that read:
Here’s a heartbreaking story of a 92-year-old woman in Georgia who went to vote only to find out that her name had been purged from the rolls.
So far, voting in Georgia has been going like Atlanta traffic, slow and frustrating with occasional movement. Thankfully, many Georgia citizens who spoke to The Root voted during the early voting period
Once, while camping in New Mexico, a saw a white woman cry because she got her caribiner stuck in a tree.
Who said anything about cultural appropriation?
Where’s the prison rape joke?