09.26.2016 - 2:55 PM EDT

As long as everyone has nothing to do but perseverate over polls until tonight's debate, I thought I'd give you a walk-through of the six national polls released today.

Monmouth: Clinton +3 Quinnipiac: Clinton +1 YouGov/Econ: Clinton +4 Bloomberg/Selzer: Tie Morning Consult: Clinton +2 Franklin Pierce: Clinton +2

09.26.2016 - 12:50 PM EDT

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09.26.2016 - 11:56 AM EDT

Pence campaign pilot canned after news surfaces that he twice intentionally ran down pedestrians with a motor vehicle - once with a car, another time with a motorcycle. Both victims suffered serious injuries.

Definitely campaign pilot material.

09.26.2016 - 10:57 AM EDT

As media orgs often do before a major election event, various news organizations have released a veritable storm of new polls this morning. We have five new national polls just this morning along with a number of state polls. This comes after several key polls were released yesterday. As of this moment Hillary Clinton holds a .6 percentage point lead over Donald Trump nationwide. (When I first started writing this post we had four national polls and it was Trump +.1.) Meanwhile The TPM Electoral College stands at Clinton 264, Trump 221. From yesterday that takes into account Colorado moving back into the Toss Up category from lean Clinton.

09.26.2016 - 8:29 AM EDT

My take on what to expect and not expect in tonight's debate.

09.26.2016 - 6:09 AM EDT

Bloomberg/Selzer is out with a new poll this morning showing a straight tie at 46% in a head to head race between Clinton and Trump. Trump actually leads by two points, 43% to 41% when third party candidates are added. For context, the Selzer poll is a highly regarded national phone poll, not one of the many more erratic online polls we've seen this cycle.

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