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This is a win for the whole world


Trump’s defeat can be the beginning of the end of the triumph of far-right populisms also in Europe. Thank you, Joe.

I wish I was in NYC right now!



Explosive cheers of joy are currently erupting across New York City - this is definitely not a ghost town!!!!!!!

Cars and trucks are honking, people are leaning from their windows clapping and saucepans are being clanged. Haven't seen anything like this since the nightly cheers for essential workers battling coronavirus.

Philly vote breakdown- Wasserman









Diving into the data, there are 21 Philly precincts that aren't reporting anywhere near their full vote, all in heavy D areas of the city... results.philadelphiavotes.com/VoterTurnoutDe…?

Turnout city-wide is currently at 61.4% of registered voters, but all of these 21 divisions reported less than 30% of RV's ballots counted, with a heavy concentration in the 27th Ward around University City.

And, there are plenty of divisions in the 30%-40% range as well.

If this is where the remaining Philadelphia mail vote is from, it's bound to be even more Biden-friendly than the mail vote of the city as a whole, since almost all of the Trump-friendly precincts in NE/South Philly are at high turnout.

If anything, I think people doing simple extrapolation are *underestimating* the additional margin Biden could get from the remaining uncounted Philly ballots, for this reason.

For the time being, Philadelphia is reporting an unusually low turnout increase and an unusually high pro-Trump margin shift vs. '16 than other counties in PA/other states (Wayne, Milwaukee, etc.).

The nature of the outstanding vote could help resolve these divergences.

And yes, dorms are closed at Penn/Drexel. But is it possible many student mail ballots are still uncounted in 27th Ward divisions w/ only 11%-15% turnout reported so far? Also, it doesn't explain the outlier-ish low tallies in the 15 divisions that aren't in the 27th.

Provisionals are only 0.9% of ballots in deep red counties, 2% in Philly


The misinformation is despicable. Looking at you, Kornacki.

Dave Wasserman on PA provisionals.




I'm waiting for him to continue his tweet, lol. He must've a gotten a phone call.

1/2 the money Trump's raising from his followers for the recountwill go to pay off his campaign debt



This is all a grift.

Total outstanding ballots in NC is 99,000




Whip Clyburn on the Georgia Senatorial races



He’s 100% right. Gotta have a ground game.

John Ralston : It is over


Fox News has Biden at 270 (it was hypothetical)

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