Liveblog - 2020 Election: Day Three

We still have a few states to go; so, we’re not done with this yet. Currently, Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, and Alaska remain up for grabs.

However, this is whee we stand at this moment:

We’ll just have to keep our eye on everything and post any credible updates as they become available.

More importantly and worth sharing with RWNJs or your Crazy Uncle Joe, Joe Biden ‘has now won more votes than any presidential candidate in American history as of Wednesday afternoon, passing Obama’s 2008 record of more than 69.4 million ballots cast in his name.’

Trump is a close second but that just shows a few things:

  • People voted.
  • We’re so divided.
  • Youngsters came of age and exercised their right to vote and they’re a bigly voting bloc.
  • And, we’re so divided.

  • Trump to speak

  • Over 150K ballots caught in U.S. Postal Service processing facilities and not delivered by Election Day

    More than 150,000 ballots were caught in U.S. Postal Service processing facilities and not delivered by Election Day, agency data shows, including more than 12,000 in five of the states that have yet to be called for either President Trump or Democratic challenger, Joe Biden.

    The Washington Post:

  • Trump campaign files new federal lawsuit against Philadelphia election officials

    The Trump campaign filed a new lawsuit Thursday afternoon against Philadelphia elections officials for allegedly violating their due process rights by blocking the observation of ballots in the city.

    This complaint doesn’t seem to include any details about how and why canvassing might have been blocked.

    This case appears to be mirroring the case in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court from earlier today.

    This is a new claim in federal court alleging violations of constitutional instead of state law. There is a 5:30 p.m. hearing scheduled.

    CNN:

  • Update: PA

    Votes are coming in and Joe Biden has cut Trump’s lead drastically.  The State now stands at 50.1% to 48.7% with Trump still in the lead.  But…more votes to be counted.

  • Joe Biden to address the country

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