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Republicans work to keep Libertarians off the ballot in Texas

“It’s a last-ditch effort on their part,” said Libertarian Party of Texas Chair Whitney Bilyeu. “They’re clearly desperate to do everything they can to remove voter choice at the polls to continue to have a one-party state here in Texas.”

Florida Amendment 3: A change to top-two open primaries

If passed, Amendment 3 would give Florida voters, regardless of political affiliation, one ballot with all the candidates for each public race listed and the top-two candidates with the most votes would advance to the general election. If passed, the new process would start with the 2024 primaries.

Voting for Trump or Biden more similar than many believe, Jorgensen stands out

There will be three candidates on the ballot in all 50 states, even though the mainstream media and polling organizations only promote two. Donald Trump and Joe Biden are seen in a vicious battle and are seen to have very different platforms. While they do not allow Jo Jorgensen to be seen at all. So, what happens when you break through the endless political commercials and strip things down to the reality of all three on the issues.

Another poll confirms Biden voters are voting against Trump rather than voting for Biden

The latest The Economist/YouGov poll of Biden supporters confirms prior polling that around 60 percent are voting to give Trump the boot rather than enthusiastically voting for Biden. According to the latest poll, only 41 percent of those expected to vote for Biden are voting for him, and 58 percent are voting against Trump. Meanwhile, the data flips for Trump supporters and this follows the trend in recent polling. 80 percent of those expected to vote for Trump in the general election are voting for him, and only 18 percent are voting against Biden.

Trump now willing to drop ‘liability shield’ to move negotiations forward on COVID-19 bailout bill being negotiated in Congress

Today, July 31, 2020, most aspects of the CARES Act will expire which include that $600 taxpayer funded income millions of Americans are having dropped into their banks accounts each week. As these benefits expire, the White House is showing that it is more concerned with keeping the money flowing into the hands of Americans than liability protections for businesses. Trump still wants liability protections for business; however, suddenly this morning seems unwilling for that to be a stumbling block for getting another round of spending in place before Congress goes into a month-long recess on August 7, 2020.