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Glad it’s over?So are most Americans. COVID fatigue. Election fatigue. This chart sums it up for me. By all accounts, this election is over. For election results, check out my election results presentation. As the dust settles and the transition begins, here are my top five takeaways from the 2020 Election: Two Key Numbers Drove
I remember the first election in which I was eligible to vote. It was 1992. I couldn’t wait to vote for the first time. Everyone in my family votes. It is not optional. It is our right and privilege to elect our leaders. Since 2002, I have voted by mail: federal, state, and local elections.
Stimulus talks intensify. COVID spikes continue. Senate moves swiftly to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. President Obama hits the campaign trail. President Trump and Former Vice President participate in their final debate. With two weeks to go until election day, the news each day is dizzying. This list above is just a
If you have read this blog over the past few weeks, then you have seen posts on: The Loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the ensuing Supreme Court Battle 5 Steps of the Supreme Court Confirmation Process How the Coronavirus Could Derail the nomination process This week, we start step #4 of the five
“Do you realize everything that has happened in the past week?”, asked one of my clients. Last Monday, the story was the President’s tax returns. Last Tuesday, the story was the Presidential Debate between President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden. Last Wednesday, the fallout from the debate was the dominate story. Last
What did you think? In the days leading up Tuesday’s debate, estimates were this would be the most watched Presidential Debate in American history. In 2016, 84 million Americans watched the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Most thought this first debate of 2020 would exceed 2016 numbers. It came close. According to