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Trump’s Election Lawsuits: Full of Sound and Fury, But Mostly Signifying Nothing
There are critical differences between the legal and political landscapes in the 2000 election and today that make it exceptionally unlikely that any of this legal wrangling will matter.
Where Things Stand: Trumpworld’s Final Gambit Is A Head-First Dive Into Conspiracies Prime Badge
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President Trump’s personal lawyer has been on various conspiracy tears for months. His initial fever-swamp stoking about Hunter Biden backfired dramatically, which, in his brain, is apparently just cause to double down.

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Where Things Stand: A Strong Whiff Of GOP Desperation Prime Badge
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Republicans are shifting course in their attempts to seize victory from the jaws of potential electoral defeat.

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CHARLESTON, SC - OCTOBER 30: Jake Hannay casts his in-person absentee ballot at Seacoast Church West Ashley on October 30, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)
Exercise Your Right To Vote With the Knowledge That Voter Intimidation Is Against the Law
Voters should go to the polls expecting only to find friendly election workers and fellow engaged citizens.
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