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Day After Election Open Thread

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State projections for 2020 Presidential Election
State projections for 2020 Presidential Election
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Claiming that he's already won and calling for a stopping of ballot counting, Trump proved he is the scum of the earth and that he can go even lower and more disgusting than ever.

I was up until about 11:30, when I fell asleep in front of the TV, then woke up about 1:30 and watched more, until 2. Then I was up again at six AM.

And it was with a heavy heart that I went to sleep and woke up. But now, at 10 AM things are looking a lot brighter considering the early ballot potentials.

It looks like Biden will crush Michigan once the Detroit votes come in-- possibly with a 200,000 vote advantage coming out of Detroit alone

Arizona should be in the bag. Maricopa county still has early ballots to count and they skew Biden.

Nevada looks close, but good.

Wisconsin looks good.

Pennsylvania has 1.4 million uncounted early votes now and I'd guess they'll get another 50-100,000 by the Friday deadline. In 2016 Clinton drew 83% to 15 against Trump. Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) Clinton drew 57 to 40%. With Trump holding about a 587,000 vote lead, Biden needs to pull an average of 70% to pull ahead of Trump. Since vote by mail skews Democratic and since there are a lot of votes outstanding in Phila. and Allegheny county, even with Trump's big lead, Biden still has a shot.

Georgia looks tough and Greg Palast predicted the vote would be stolen there, in particular. But there are a lot of votes still be counted in the blue areas.

NC also looks tough but who knows.

But if Biden takes Arizona, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin, he may not even need Pennsylvania, Georgia or North Carolina.

What are your observations?

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