Anti-climatic as it may be, the 2020 Election has, finally, been called, and Joe Biden has won. Really. It just now happened.
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So here is where we are at on day two of Election Day 2020
Enjoy filling out your election bracket. But just to mix it up a little, I think I’m done trying to out-think the room. I’m going chalk.
Pictured is the Versailles rail accident in 1842, perhaps a preview of the coming debate when the candidates will be almost as old as the painting
Discussing Berny Belvedere’s piece on how “I’m against…” is often winning out over “I’m for…” and candidates that don’t adjust get left behind.
Elizabeth Warren has released a proposal outlining the particulars of her “Medicare for All” healthcare plan.
An evening with Pete Buttigieg.
Amy’s focus on sensible changes rather than sweeping reforms earned her the derisive nickname “the Senator of small things.” Maybe that focus on small things is the way to go.
Symposium: Vote for the candidate who believes there’s a real existential crisis that has to be addressed.
The new strategy, same as the old strategey, only bigger, louder, and less filtered.
It was inevitable that those seeking to knock down the House — the House who have their own constituencies, own concerns, and own political careers to worry about — would start knocking back.
It has seemed a waste of time to get invested in a candidate, but after the debates held the last two nights, I can now say there are some standouts for me.