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The Daily BeastOct 25, 2020
Trump's Election Fear-Mongering Backfires in Nevada
Ethan Miller/GettyLAS VEGAS—The final weekend of early voting here was mostly sunny with orderly lines and most residents social distancing, but Clark County Registrar of Voters Joseph Gloria saw trouble on the horizon.

Gloria, whose office is in charge of ensuring an orderly vote and an accurate count in the craziest presidential election year in memory, calls the same scene part of "a perfect storm" riddled with poll observers flouting the rules and some voters refusing to wear a mask in the middle of a deadly coronavirus pandemic.

Stoked by surging COVID-19 infections, a fast-tracked statewide absentee ballot option and presidential prevarication on the potential for voter fraud, Gloria's usual election anxieties are now complicated by multiple lawsuits filed by Team Trump that appear to be aimed at jamming up a voting process the registrar's team has worked months to fine tune.

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Politics - U.S. SenateOct 25, 2020
Republicans Cut Off Barrett Debate, Setting Up Final Confirmation Vote
Senate Republicans secured a 51-to-48 vote to limit debate on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination, setting up the final confirmation vote for Monday, eight days before the election.

Fox PoliticsOct 25, 2020
Senate votes to limit debate on Barrett Supreme Court nomination, move toward final vote Monday evening
The Senate voted 51-48 Sunday afternoon to limit debate on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, setting up a vote on her confirmation for Monday evening.

New York Times PoliticsOct 25, 2020
Over Democratic Fury, Republicans Push Barrett to Brink of Confirmation
A near party-line vote on Sunday to cut off debate over Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination set up a final confirmation vote on Monday.

The Daily BeastOct 25, 2020
Preet Bharara: There Could Be ‘Avalanche' of Dirt if Trump Loses
Illustration by The Daily BeastPreet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of New York, joins "The New Abnormal" host Molly Jong-Fast to chat about the last presidential debate, the story leading up to his resignation, and why there could be an "avalanche" of new revelations if President Donald Trump loses the election.

Bharara said that the presidential debate was "relatively normal," but that's no thanks to Trump or his opponent Joe Biden. "The person I credit most for that as most people do is Kristen Welker," he said.

Jong-Fast then reminds Bharara of one of his proudest moments from 2016: Not calling Trump back. He details the incident and why he doesn't regret his decision for a second.

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New York Times PoliticsOct 24, 2020
Trump's Rallies, Red-State Democrats: This Week in the 2020 Race
At the debate, President Trump and Joe Biden were actually able to debate. Offstage, both candidates are carrying on distinctly different campaign styles that suit them best.

Washington Post PoliticsOct 23, 2020
Final Biden-Trump meeting covers coronavirus, race, climate change
President Trump and Joe Biden are squaring off in the final debate, on covid-19, race, national security and more. Follow live updates and fact-checking.
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