Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

Never doubt nor underestimate the resolve of American patriots… Because when it matters most, no words are needed; each understands the mission at hand. Right now in every state, county, village, hamlet, city and street the MAGA community is independently rallying to the exact same standard. “Meet at the old mill, we ride at midnight“.

This is the third in our 2020 series of CTH ground reports, and with Treepers in every state, your information is actually a great insight into the political landscape.

Individual reports are obviously anecdotal; however, when they are compiled on a larger scale, and overlaid against the social media network we also follow, these ground reports have proven to be pretty darned accurate. Early voting has begun. If you have voted in person feel free to share your experience.

Perhaps no headline best showcases the current state of the media narrative than Politico: “Democrats Sound The Alarm in Miami.”…  Except, it’s not just Miami, Florida; it is also Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and states like Michigan, Wisconsin and even Minnesota.

Yes, the middle-class insurgency is fully engaged, and with us all activated the media polling narratives are collapsing by the hour.

President Trump is surging at precisely the right moment. Momentum is building and you can see all across social media platforms the MAGA movement is pushing back against censorship.

We still see massive boat parades and incredible vehicle parades both replete with flags and banners supporting our President.

Yard signs/banners are now out in force and the MAGA gear is visible everywhere. In the past week the latest viral platform videos are of Trump dancing; Trumpy dance and Tik-Tok duets.

Good stuff.

The biggest single attribute connecting all of these visible events is joy, fellowship and the visible spirit of a patriotic movement happy to stand with President Trump.

Tens-of-thousands for rallies and Trump events; and even surrogates for President Trump are drawing exponentially larger crowds than the democrat candidates. The monster vote is awake, alive and on the march.

The MAGA rallies, parades and grassroots events break-out independent of each-other and literally happen all over America on any given day. Miles and miles of cars with Trump flags… the same with boats… and sometimes just marches in the street where thousands of people gather and walk with American flags, Trump banners, and other gear.

To make the marches even more effective we now see Trump supporters swarming the event venues where Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are showing up. The Trump supporters easily outnumber the Biden supporters by 20:1 or more. This is a totally organic uprising that started in early October; but word has spread on social media, and now it is happening everywhere.

MAGA-TikTok is an army of users generating content, and that content is bleeding over to other social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Google is trying to tamp it down via controls on YouTube but the scale, just like the MAGA parades themselves, is overwhelming. Generation Z is leading the charge on this approach as they take 60 second videos of MAGA-people, MAGA-places and MAGA-events and then rebroadcast the content adding their own MAGA-centric enhancements and soundtracks.

As we anticipated the COVID weaponization is backfiring against the totalitarian left big time. Yesterday, in an attempt to restart a depressed movement Joe Biden said: “I’m not going to shut down the economy. I’m not going to shut down the country. But I am going to shut down the virus,” a platitude statement that refutes Biden’s prior position and simultaneously makes no sense.

We have the best candidate. We have the best message. Our color-blind movement is optimistic and filled with patriotic joy. Massive numbers of Latinos; massive numbers of blacks; massive numbers of young voters.  The confidence level is increasingly high.

Our opposition is shallow, reliant upon astroturf and completely dependent on media manipulation. Ignore the narrative engineers and join in fellowship. Live your best life.  Put out the signs; wear the gear; engage with everyone; be openly optimistic and rally to the standard in these final days. We have got this if we want it…

Deserve MAGA victory !!  Get your ass in the game, get serious, get everyone involved and register those who never voted before; remind everyone, and drive the MONSTER VOTE !!

So here’s the question…  What do you see in your area?

What is the visible situation from your community and how does that contrast or align with the national narrative you are seeing as promoted by media?

How does the turnout look?  What are you seeing in/around your neighborhood and polling place?   If you have early voted in-person, what was turnout like?

Ground reports are a great way to get a *sense* of the election.

At this point, if you are on a team thinking this entire assembly of our union is headed in the right direction… you might want to revisit your proximity to the ballpark. If you look around at the passing landscape you’ll find your autopilot has taken you, not just out of the city, but out of the state the ballpark is located in…..

There’s a level of resolve far deeper and more consequential than expressed rage or visible behavior.  Cold Anger does not need to go to violence.  For those who carry it, no conversation is needed.  You cannot poll or measure it; and even those who carry it avoid discussion.  And that decision has nothing whatsoever to do with any form of correctness.

Cold Anger is not hatred, it is far more purposeful.

Cold Anger absorbs betrayal silently, often prudently.

We’ve watched the shooting of cops, and the parades which follow, absorbing.  Cold Anger takes notice of the liars, even from a great distance – seemingly invisible to the mob.  Cold Anger will still hold open the door for the parade goer.  Mannerly.

Cold Anger evidenced is more severe because it is more strategic.

Cold Anger does not gloat; it absorbs consistent vilification and ridicule as fuel.  This sensibility does not want to exist, it is forced to exist in otherwise unwilling hosts – who also refuse to be destabilized by it.

Deliberate intent and prudence will insure avoiding failure.  The course, is thoughtful vigilance;  a strategy devoid of emotion.

Foolishness and betrayal of our nation have served to reveal dangers within our present condition.  Misplaced corrective action, regardless of intent, is neither safe nor wise.

Cold Anger is not driven to act in spite of itself; it drives a reckoning.

When the well attired leave the checkout line carrying steaks and shrimp using an EBT card, the door is still held open; yet notations necessarily embed.

When the U.S. flag lays gleefully undefended, it does not lay unnoticed.

When a school community cannot openly pray, it does not mean the prayerful were absent.

When a liar seems to win, it is not without observation.  Many – more than the minority would like to admit – know the difference between science, clocks and political agenda.

A resolve filled with cold anger perceives deception the way a long-term battered person absorbs the final blow in the hours prior to the pre-planned exit; with purpose.

A shield, or cry of micro-aggression will provide no benefit, nor quarter.  Delicate sensibilities are dispatched like a feather in a hurricane.  Pushed far enough, decisions are reached.

The political pendulum has never, in the history of humanity, stayed on one side of a swing. The backlash from leftist over-reach has always been proportionate to how far off center it went before coming back; and right now there’s a whole hell of a lot of the country (about 80-90% of the land mass, as well as over half the population) that is FED UP.

They tried to take him down with false accusations of collusion; he stood tall.

The tried to take him down with a fabricated special counsel investigation; he stood tall.

They tried to take him down with a fake impeachment effort; he stood tall.

Our chosen President has been constantly attacked by those holding a corrupt, conniving and Godless leftist ideology.  It is our job now to stand with him, firm on his behalf.

I believe this statement encapsulates the moment:

…”I can barely focus on my job, housework, anything except waiting with anticipation for our votes to overwhelm the horrid corrupt opposition the night of Nov 3.

God bless and keep us all but especially POTUS & all of you on the front lines – fighting the 2nd American Revolution!”…

Ride strong my brothers and sisters…. RIDE STRONG !

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992 Responses to Ground Reports #3 – Polling Narratives Collapse, Democrat COVID Strategy Backfires, MAGA Resolve Stronger Than Ever…

  1. Demolition Derby says:

    Halifax County, NC is in Northeastern NC along the I 95 corridor. An economically distressed rural county, approx 45,000 population is more than two thirds majority Democrat. Its largest city, Roanoke Rapids, a former mill town, struggling under Cooper’s shut down orders and modest opening, is approx. two thirds Republican. I have driven throughout the county. Trump support is out, bold and proud. Biden support is tepid, almost invisible. Republicans are determined and defiant, willing to step up to the fight, if needed. Biggest concern? Massive Democrat fraud. They have had months to prepare and our Obama judges have given them 9 days (!) after the election to produce “votes”. Early voting started on the 15th of October. There were over 500 votes in the first four hours ( I am being purposefully vague). Voting flowed smoothly with a fill in the circle form, no straight ticket option. One had to purposefully fill the “dot” next to your candidate of choice for each office, front and back. Form was fed into a front/back scanning machine. Whether for automatically tabulating votes or making official record is unknown. I am waiting for the inevitable, “Lookee what I found” Dem votes to appear – as seems to happen in every election. Hopefully, the NC Republican Party is fully committed to challenging and fighting Dem voter fraud this time.

    Last go round, our tepid Republican Governor, surrendered with a whimper, and we got stuck with Cooper. Our Republican legislature stood tall and did their jobs, and passed Voter ID – twice – and was twice struck down by Dem judges. NC Senator Burr (R) is a backstabbing, McConnell boot licker who sides with the moneyed interests, not Main Street USA. Tillis is not much better. Get tired of having to choose from the lesser of two evils. Our President needs a Republican US House and US Senate that stands front and center, and ready to answer the Call of Duty for their constituents of Main Street NC, not DC lobbyists or corporate media. End the corruption. Firing 100,000 federal employees for four years of abuse, failure to perform, sabotage, and insubordination would be a bonus.

    Proportional voting for US Citizen Taxpayers should be on the table, like shareholders in a company. We who pay the costs of this nation, in greater proportion to our income (and within our states) demand more of a say in the running of our nation than the billionaires, non profit parasites, and corporate elites who buy our politicians. As “shareholders” taxed to support federal and state spending, we deserve a greater voice than those who are unburdened by tax levies, fines, penalties, and face potential incarceration for failing to provide our governmental Masters our ever increasing “fair share”, as demanded.

    As Andrew Breitbart would say, ” # WAR”. Gettysburgh is upon us. Answer The Call.

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    • Suki Pero says:

      Deep in the blue belly of NM, voted at 5pm, I don’t know if it was timing or that blue votes are down but I walked right in and voted. There was no line like in 2016. I don’t see the Biden signs like the Hillary’s signs of old. There are lots of peace bumper sticker cars around here but maybe they just don’t have the energy or are too afraid to get out and vote this time around?

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  2. MrACC says:

    Myself, my wife and our twins, 18 yr olds voting in their first election all voted for President Trump Tuesday morning here just outside Charleston, SC. Got there 40 mins before they opened, probably 125-150 in front of us already. Took 50 mins to get thru once they opened the doors. Was energetic crowd and could feel the patriotism, if you know what I mean.. red wave coming!!

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  3. Kaco says:

    My county, south of Cleveland, west of Akron, the line for the BoE was super long again today, so didn’t vote still. Hoping to hit it early in the morning tomorrow. I didn’t notice any particular colors worn in the drive by, people were in their coats anyway to stand for a long period of time. Hope they’re all coming out for Trump, we have been a conservative county but I still see a lot of Biden signs.

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  4. logboom says:

    I just watched the end of Martha McCallum’s show and she had some dude who has some predictive model he uses and has an unbeaten streak going back 30 years for every presidential race.
    Now I’m mad as hell and want to blow up my tv.
    May God bless this great land with discernment and a positive result for President Trump. Failing that- I will give no quarter to the other side- who have proven themselves to be despicable dogs. They lie, cheat and do all things under the sun to dishonor our country.

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  5. Smokey Jo says:

    Watching Madcow (for shitz and grinz). Just had a story about WI and how we’re all going to die, or something (we live in WI). Laughing our butts off. The left is in absolute panic mode.

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  6. jackalope20 says:

    Ground Report – North/Northeastern Cincinnati, OH:
    I live in a suburb just East of the I-275 loop, and commute daily to the North-Middle of the I-275 loop for work.

    For those unfamiliar with the region, the major suburbs/neighborhoods/townships that I pass through are :
    –Sharonville: blue-collar, working class
    –Blue Ash: upper middle class to wealthy; used to be more solidly Republican but I think there have been a lot of liberal transplants from the even more expensive nice neighborhoods within the Cincinnati limits, such as Hyde Park and Clifton.
    –Montgomery: similar to Blue Ash but older, richer and a few years behind the same trend as described for Blue Ash
    –Various townships dotting the I-275 route: Solidly conservative

    On the road driving, for the better part of the year, and still by-and-large today I see very few car bumper stickers for Biden/Harris, but more than I did for Clinton 4 years ago. Back in 2016 there were more Sanders stickers than Clinton .. today there are more Biden stickers than Sanders (some 4 years old), but not by a lot.

    The yard sign tally is much stronger for Biden/Harris than it was for Clinton 4 years ago. In 2016 (admittedly along a generally very conservative leaning commuting route) I would see 10-1 Trump-vs-Clinton signs, whereas today in terms of yard signs through the various described areas, I’d say it’s even. More Trump signs in the burbs, but not the old 10-1 skew .. richer neighborhoods further into the city have more Biden signs in the yards immediately visible from the road .. working class neighborhoods is balanced but maybe slightly favoring Trump. I’m sure there are multiple factors at play, from Trump signs getting stolen to people not wanting to draw attention to themselves by ‘labeling’ their house, but the ‘yard sign tally’ is much less inspiring today than it was 4 years ago. I do see plenty of yards that have multiple signs for conservative/Republican down-ballot folks (State reps, judges, etc.) and none for Trump, but given the solid conservative folks they have signs for I’m willing to guess they just don’t want to put out the Trump sign for fear of retaliation, but in all likelihood will still vote for him. There is probably also the incumbent factor, where you don’t feel the need to lobby for the unknown quantity as was perhaps necessary in 2016.

    In terms of demonstrations, the Trump folks are certainly more active; from the lone dude stalwartly holding a Trump flag atop an interstate overpass in the rain while facing oncoming traffic below him, to the battling (peacefully, seriously, from what I could see) groups of Trump/Biden supporters at a major city intersection (far more Trump folks), to the gigantic multi-thousand car parades around the I-275 loop, the Trump supports are making a bigger show for sure.

    I hope that in aggregate this all points towards him taking Ohio again, and I hope this report was informative and useful. Love this site’s work. Thank you.

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  7. Joyce M says:

    My sister and her husband voted early on Thursday; waited in line for about 45 minutes to get inside the court house here in Pauls Valley, OK to vote. People were friendly and patient although the line was long.

    I went this morning (Friday) and got there as they opened the doors. I had to park a couple of blocks away and I stood in line for at least 45 minutes to get inside. People were quiet, orderly, pleasant and patient. While I was in the line outside, a fellow came out and exclaimed on his way to his vehicle “I’ve never seen so much excitement for an election in my life” – with a hearty laugh and a big grin.

    Most of the people I saw were farmers, local businessmen, teachers. I was the only one wearing a Trump 2020 hat.

    Took a ride around town later in the day and saw several Trump flags and yard signs that had not been out last week. A couple of Biden signs but the majority were Trump. One person had painted a huge piece of plywood with red letters “Trump 2020” and stood it up near his mailbox at the roadside.

    I passed the court house at least twice more during the day (noon and later about 3pm) and there were lines outside to get in each time.

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  8. P says:

    I’m not so sure if WV is going to stay red or not —- hope the “Other” category is voting red.

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    • aremore95 says:

      WV is a deep red state, so I don’t think we have much to worry about. Remember, most Republicans are waiting until Election Day to vote

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      • telecaster man says:

        Don’t wait! Bongino made this point. We need every vote and now. You go on Tuesday and the line is around the building and down the street. So, you drive by and say, “eh , Trump’s got this” and you go home and don’t vote. That will happen in areas all over the country. And that’s bad. Check your area, see who is open for early, in person voting and VOTE NOW! I was planning on waiting. People have a fear of the unknown. “I’ve voted always on Tuesday, It’ll be fine” and “I don’t know what it’s going to be like if I go early”. The answer is, slightly different. VOTE NOW!! Please.

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    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      Lots of Democrats in WV that’s how you get Manchin but expect a healthy portion of them to have voted for President Trump.

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  9. James S. says:

    Today was the first day of in-person voting in Hollywood, CA, with very limited polling locations. There was no line, not a single person in front of me. One other voter arrived before I finished voting. First time I’ve been asked to verify my birth year and sample ballot was bar-coded, so a little more security. We have electronic voting that creates a printed paper ballot that you can verify prior to accepting. Walking my Labs, I see two Biden/Harris signs, both behind hedges and not visible from the street. All good signs.

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    • mimimaga says:

      I voted in Yorba Linda, CA today. Very organized. They scanned my DL, asked my name and address. Lots of individual booths. I was in and out in 10 minutes. There are two scheduled MAGA car rallies this weekend in Orange County. I’ll be driving in the one in Brea and Yorba Linda with my flags and banners and wearing my Trump 2020 gear.

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  10. Tropa de tormenta says:

    I’m a retired federal storm trooper and I live in the most southwesterly city in the continental US. Sorry your going to have to look it up. The city needs the trending. In our neighborhood called seaside point, I’ve seen one Trump yard sign and one for Biden. One house has a high flying Trump flag and I’ve seen one Biden bumper sticker. The interesting thing is our CA 51st congressional district. Rep Juan Vargas (D) I assume is running for re-election against Juan Hidalgo (R) a retired marine who has lost to Juan at least twice. The interesting thing from an up ballot perspective is that I have not to seen a Vargas yard sign anywhere yet there are many Hidalgo signs. Big ones too on the sides of trucks and peoples houses. Must be 8’X12′. I went to the local Grocery Outlet this evening and saw one of the huge Hidalgo signs in someone’s back yard facing the parking lot. I don’t think there is any ticket splitting this year so the Hidalgo voters are going for Trump its just no one wants to deal with the vandalism problems of having a Trump sign in their yard. Ergo I would say there is a lot of stealth Trump support and the further inland you go the stronger it is. People are getting pretty fed up with being a D state. I like when Trump talks about our water rationing and how stupid it is when holding rallies in other states. We know he is supporting us.
    His son should move here and run for governor. His gf knows where all Guv Nuisance’s dirty laundry is too. It’d be a hoot and probably flip the state for good.

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  11. wearyofhate says:

    Voted early in Yorktown VA, the cradle of American Liberty, last month. I don’t think the beautiful Commonwealth of Virginia will ever go Conservative again, because of Northam (northern) Virginia. I have been 18-hour fasting and praying since Tuesday for America to see God’s Truth, and for the scales to fall away from the eyes of the deceived. God was willing to spare Sodom for 10 righteous men, but Lot gave up on finding them and the city was destroyed. Can others fast and pray with me for our precious country to be saved?

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    • Unfortunately, you are correct. I live in Midlothian, VA (western Chesterfield County) and the amount of folks that have Biden signs is simply amazing to me. So many folks have moved from up North (mainly NJ) and brought their liberalism with them.

      Doesn’t mean we don’t vote! We can absolutely take back congressional seats! #VA02, #VA07, and #VA10!

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  12. Rich says:

    Wife and I voted in Montgomery Co, MD yesterday, suburban D.C.. Deepest blue county in the state. It was raining, but we walked in and experienced no lines and no wait. I have to wonder about the noticeable lack of voter enthusiasm.

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    • Wendy says:

      It seems like they ran out of hardcore dem voters. They already voted and now they will be too scared to vote for a candidate they don’t like. Trump supporters will show up and wait even long hours even during freezing cold weather.

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  13. SouthCentralPa says:

    Most of the towns here here are at the junctions of roads, so it’s not a total surprise, but in our borough, we have been getting at least three Trump caravans every weekend. This is a deep-red part of PA, but the level of enthusiasm for Trump this year compared to ’16 is like day and night. A lot of folks sat out last election bcs they thought Trump didn’t really mean it. Not so this time. If the rest of the ‘T’ is like around here, Philly can’t generate enough fake votes to swing the state for Biden. Tuesday should be EPIC since a lot of Republicans wait until Election Day so Philly doesn’t know how many votes they have to fake in advance.

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    • Cowboy Vito says:

      “Republicans wait until Election Day so Philly doesn’t know how many votes they have to fake in advance.”

      That is hilarious. I am guessing the Democrats have about a million PA votes waiting to be found in unknown U-Haul trucks, basements, drop boxes, waste baskets, you name it.

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      • southcentralpa says:

        They have to do enough to try to win without tripping everyone’s bs meter. As to hilarious, how many Donks were laughing in ‘16? ‘Nuff said.

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  14. Cowboy Vito says:

    Voted in Harford County, MD. Pretty much a Republican area. Early voting here in MD. I went at 7:30 pm, 30 minutes before closing. No waiting in line at all. But many people there. A worker there told me they were crazy busy pretty much the whole day until late. She had no idea why. Thought it might have something to do with being Friday.

    We are seeing a few Trump commercials in MD. Powerful commercials.

    Sure would be nice if we could flip the Peoples Republic of Maryland.

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  15. Demolition Derby says:

    UPDATE for NC early voting tallies as a percentage of registered voters:
    A pretty cool tool that breaks the early votes cast by county, Republican, Democrat, and Independent. https://electproject.github.io/Early-Vote-2020G/NC.html

    No vote totals allocated between Pres Trump and Slo Joe, but interesting to review trends
    and make guestimates.

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  16. Demolition Derby says:

    NC VOTING SO FAR – Greater Turnout than 2016 :

    In-Person Votes: 3,200,004

    In-Person Votes by Party Registration
    Party Count Percent
    Democrats 1,149,111 35.9
    Republicans 1,108,173 34.6
    Minor 15,912 0.5
    No Party Affiliation 926,808 29.0
    TOTAL 3,200,004 100.0

    In-Person Votes by Race and Ethnicity
    Race Count Percent
    Non-Hispanic White 2,098,865 65.6
    Non-Hispanic Black 661,478 20.7
    Hispanic 67,965 2.1
    Non-Hispanic Asian American 35,282 1.1
    Non-Hispanic Native American 18,026 0.6
    Other/Multiple/Unknown 318,209 9.9
    TOTAL 3,200,004 100.0

    In-Person Votes by 2016 Vote History
    Voted Count Percent
    Voted in 2016 General 2,379,209 74.4
    Did Not Vote in 2016 General 820,795 25.6
    TOTAL 3,200,004 100.0

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  17. Demolition Derby says:

    PREVIOUS DATA pertains to IN PERSON Voting
    The following data constitutes Total Votes so far – the Difference is Mail Vote, % may be Fraudulent

    Total Voted by Party Registration
    Party Count Percent
    Democrats 1,556,483 38.1
    Republicans 1,286,508 31.5
    Minor 20,206 0.5
    No Party Affiliation 1,220,771 29.9
    TOTAL 4,083,968 100.0
    Total Voted by Race and Ethnicity
    Race Count Percent
    Non-Hispanic White 2,706,638 66.3
    Non-Hispanic Black 795,355 19.5
    Hispanic 88,213 2.2
    Non-Hispanic Asian American 58,025 1.4
    Non-Hispanic Native American 21,279 0.5
    Other/Multiple/Unknown 414,264 10.1
    TOTAL 4,083,968 100.0
    Total Voted by 2016 Vote History
    Voted Count Percent
    Voted in 2016 General 2,990,048 73.2
    Did Not Vote in 2016 General 1,093,920 26.8
    TOTAL 4,083,968 100.0

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  18. safvetblog says:

    San Fernando Valley here – I and the spousal unit decided to vote in person. LA County has done away with precincts, they have set up ‘“Voting Centers” at various locations in the area. You can either drop your mail-in ballot there or vote. In person by machine. At 6:30 pm, it was almost empty. Poll worker said it had been mostly light, with some occasional rushes. The new machines seem quite competent – you are issued a blank, bar-coded page that will turn into a printed balot when ou finish with the machiine. Make your selections on the screen, then review and check – then your. Choices are printed on the blank coded sheet and spit out for your review. If OK, the machine scans the form and stores it for paper verification is needed. No paper copy for the voter. Also, wondering if all the bar coding that’s tied to the voter registration makes the concept of “secret ballot” obsolete…??? Oh, they checked ID to match the voter rolls. seemed very quiet. In my neighborhood I have seen only occasional Biden signs and no Trump signs. Although, in this areas if you are overt Trump you might’ve get your car keys or worse. MAGA!

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  19. Demolition Derby says:

    Roughly NC 880,000 mail in votes (21%). Did not tabulate Minor Party Affiliation (20,206 total)
    Dems 407,372 (26%)
    Reps 178,335 (14%)
    Ind 293,963 (24%)

    Reps are saving their powder for Voting Day. Wouldn’t want the USPS to “lose” any more
    vote by mail ballots, right ?

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  20. AustinHoldout says:

    Last night, hubby wore his new Trump face mask to a distillery. Two parents came up to him and asked if their 16 year old son could take a picture. The boy said he loves Trump and is sad that he isn’t old enough to vote, but he donates part of the money he gets from his job to the campaign.

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  21. meerkat says:

    Clermont County (Cincinnati) Ohio here. I stood in line for two hours to vote yesterday (Fri.) at the Board of Elections which is the one central location for anyone who wants to vote early. I was there earlier in the day and the line was clear around the block. I left and figured I’d try later on in the day when the wait might be less. Came back later in the afternoon and the line still around the block. I was told it had been this way all week.

    Here are the #’s for registered voters in Clermont County: Nonpartisan – 144,850, Republican – 29,872, Democrat – 12,285.

    Not many yard signs in my immediate area, but the ones I see are mostly Trump. Interesting that there are huge Trump signs at some commercial establishments, which tells me they are not ashamed to admit they support Trump. Huge Trump sign at the local White Castle.

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  22. Draggin6 says:

    Howdy from the great State of Florida. 10/31/2020
    Voting report from North West FL. Voted this afternoon at early voting station. As of this afternoon 60+% of eligible voters in my precinct had voted, that’s significantly more than 2016 for early voting.
    The spread of voting by party was 70% Rep, 20% Dem and 10% Non affiliated. This is about 10% more Rep than in 2016. Lots of folks still coming in as I left so the numbers will continue to climb since there is one more day of early voting. Got to say lots of TRUMP swag being worn and no Biden stuff and nobody cared. Trucks in the parking lot were adorned with lots of American and TRUMP flags, make the heart of this ancient American go pidder padder. Go vote for TRUMP 2020.

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  23. Jan says:

    I’m 2 days behind and more than a dollar short, especially on my CTH reading & reading The Last Refuge2 twitter account.

    I bravely wore a 2020 Trump-Pence & a “I Love Trump” to Sam’s Club Longmont last Wednesday & my 2020 Trump mask around Far-Left Republic of Boulder yesterday, today being Saturday.

    I got lots of people walking up to me in Sam’s saying “I like your mask” & even the door greeter who looked to be in her late 20’s said “I like your hat.”

    Nobody said anything to me about my mask on our 3 stops in Boulder places. I did have to chuck the hat on Friday because it blocked my peripheral vision.

    Even better news, I saw few Biden signs in Boulder lawns driving thru a couple of neighborhoods.

    Now, I did have my husband with me for backup, so I felt more comfortable but “the truth shall set you free” could not be more applicable or more true. Wearing Trump gear in a “Republic” of socialists & communists is indeed liberating.

    That’s a terrible thing to say it the Land of the Free. We didn’t start this fight, but we can damn well END it if we hang together & look out for each other.

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  24. Aaron says:

    In Minnesota, I’ve seen trumpers on pedestrian overpasses waving trump/american/blue line flags. When some people moved their classic tractor they did it with a trump flag. There may be Biden supporters but they are staying quiet

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