Clark County (Las Vegas, Nevada) has updated its mail ballot counts:

Now up to 105K returned and Dems are up 60% to 19%. 42K ballot lead in Clark.

Add in-person and D's now have a 44K ballot lead in Clark.

13% have voted.

THIS IS WHY CLARK COUNTY IS CALLED THE FIREWALL

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Not sure what those 4 assholes consider the inviolate right to vote...vile trash...

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While leading the mail ballot returns, Florida D's are keeping pace in in-person voting as well, an R strength...

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The fact D's have not mounted a procedural fight to delay like the House impeaching Barr or something, tells you consensus has been reached in both House & Senate D caucuses to expand court in the new year...which also means killing filibuster and adding 2 senators for DC...just as well...

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The Senate is on track with a rare weekend session to confirm the bitch to the Supreme Court by next Monday. Absolutely shameful. Trump wants more of these vote suppression decisions going his way. AND WE CALL OUT CHINA AND IRAN? GIVE IT A FING REST...

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Stuff it where the sun don't shine, R's are a minority in the next senate, with filibuster killed you idiots are going to be glorified nothings...

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Anderson Cooper is such a fing idiot...where the f is the context of a 3M popular vote inversion by 77k votes in 3 white-heavy states with unusual voting patterns (3rd party groupie rebellion and low D base turnout)...it is privileged pieces of trash such as this clown that reinforce the "we're helpless against the Electoral College, and just as well, founders' wisdom be praised" myth...

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Las Vegas, Nevada, a heavily blue county and the reason Nevada is blue...youth engagement is always terrific, they're so lopsidedly blue even if registering as Independent...

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The official measurement of gross domestic product peaked at $21.75 trillion at the end of Q4 2019. By the end of the first quarter of 2020 — as the pandemic was just starting to take hold — the number had fallen to $21.56 trillion. The massive cut in the second quarter brought the economy down to $19.52 trillion. Getting back to end-of-2019 levels in just a single quarter would require the annualized growth rate to come in above 45%. NOT HAPPENING. Release 10/29.

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