This is the top story at the Neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer.
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I will have more to say tonight.
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Uh oh. This is from Frank Luntz. A harbinger of what is to come?
I have been away most of the day running errands, but I did have to make a second trip to a polling place today so that my wife could vote (she didn't feel like getting out of bed early like me this morning). The lines were much longer the second time around.
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Trump hasn't stopped with the WTF moments, as he filed a last minute lawsuit in Nevada today to sequester ballots from "certain areas" if you know what he means (and I'm sure you do). A judge denied the request. This is yet another sign of a losing campaign.
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We are now just a half hour away from the first poll closings. Get ready!
Nate Silver and his 538 blog have been catching a lot of flack this year for their poll analysis, which has tended to break with the herd mentality that says that Clinton has an easy win before her. Even so, I still tend to like their analysis, and they will be liveblogging the election today. They also have a "How To Watch" post up this morning which breaks down some of the key battleground states, what to watch for in those states, all in order of poll closing times. I don't have cable tv any longer, but when I did, I always enjoyed CNN's election night coverage. They have mirrored their live television coverage format for online including a county by county breakdown. (Note: This is not a CNN endorsement, I just like the format of their election results.)
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I voted at 7:15am this morning. When I arrived at the polling place around 6:45am, the parking lot was almost empty, by 7am when they opened the doors, the lot was almost full. I waited in line about 10 minutes to vote. The machine gives you the option of voting straight ticket, but I opted to manually enter my votes so I could observe the machines behavior to look for the rumored "vote switching", but I had no problems with my machine. I should add, that I voted in battleground Pennsylvania, and I am a white, working class union member who voted for Hillary Clinton.
Election Day! 6:38am
Off to vote! What are you waiting for? GO VOTE! Oh yeah, and Votecastr is now live. Check it out.
Bellwether Counties to watch
Arizona - Maricopa, Pima
Colorado - Jefferson, Arapahoe, Adams, Larimer
Florida - Hillsborough, Pinellas, Volusia, Seminole, Duval, Palm Beach, Monroe, Miami-Dade
Georgia - Gwinnett, Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb
Iowa - Polk, Scott, Cedar, Union, Story
Indiana - Vigo
Michigan - Macomb, Ottawa, Marquette, Oakland, Wayne, Genesee, Kent, Monroe, Calhoun
Missouri - St. Louis, St. Charles, Greene
Nevada - Clark, Washoe
New Hampshire - Hillsborough, Rockingham, Carroll, Belknap
North Carolina - Wake, Mecklenburg, Watauga, Forsyth, Gaston, Guilford, Durham, Buncombe, Union
Ohio - Mahoning, Stark, Trumbull, Delaware, Athens, Hamilton, Lake, Sandusky, Clark, Franklin, Wood, Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Montgomery, Lucas
Pennsylvania - Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, Beaver, Greene, Washington, Westmoreland, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Allegheny, Northampton, Montour, Berks, Philadelphia
Utah - Weber, Salt Lake, Cache
Virginia - Loudoun, Henrico, Prince William, Fairfax, Chesterfield, Virginia Beach
Wisconsin - Dane, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Brown, Racine, Door, Milwaukee
Full list here