2020 U.S. Presidential elections

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More polling stars to wish upon.

That’s still frightening. I’m sure many Republicans may prefer Biden to Trump but will they vote against their party? I hope many just stay home disgusted but...
 
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That’s still frightening. I’m sure many Republicans may prefer Biden to Trump but will they vote against their party? I hope many just stay home disgusted but...
The numbers listed are for states considered battleground states, but where Trump *won* in 2016.
 

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One potential Republican route to victory this November that I must confess hadn't occurred to me

I'm struggling with the idea that the government is allowed to "outlaw" any political party. We haven't outlawed the KKK or neo-Nazis yet. I think the democrats are safe.
 
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Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale on Wednesday announced that they, along with the Republican National Committee, raised a staggering $131 million in June for a quarterly total of $266 million, the largest fundraising month and quarter of the campaign.

But their triumph was short-lived, as the Biden campaign touted a record $141 million raised in June along with the Democratic National Committee, for a quarterly total of $282 million.

This is the second month in a row Biden has outraised Trump; in May, he brought in $81 million to Trump’s $74 million.