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Dave Wasserman
U.S. House editor of the nonpartisan Report & contributor. Nerd for 🗺️ maps, 📈 data, ⛷️ ski slopes & 🎻 trad tunes. Has seen enough.
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Dave Wasserman 1h
Breaking: the U.S. just surpassed a record-shattering *158 million* votes counted and Biden's national lead is up to 6.94 million (4.4%).
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Dave Wasserman 2h
Trump increased his vote total in the Bronx by 79% since 2016 (Biden grew his vote just 0.4% vs. Clinton).
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Dave Wasserman 2h
Breaking: Donald Trump's share of the U.S. vote just fell to 46.9%. He's now failed to crack 47% in either of his runs for president (for perspective, Mitt Romney got 47.2% in 2012 and Hillary Clinton got 48.2% in 2016).
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Dave Wasserman 2h
In my view, what's remaining in Suffolk/Westchester etc. will easily be enough to push Biden over 7 million.
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Dave Wasserman 2h
Breaking: Onondaga Co. (Syracuse) just released its final absentee/affidavit totals, adding... Biden 21,875 (75%) Trump 6,585 (23%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.94 million (4.4%).
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Dave Wasserman 2h
Breaking: overall, New York City's absentee/affidavit ballots break... Biden 678,570 (85%) Trump 104,782 (13%) It's now very likely Biden's national popular vote lead (currently 6.92 million) will surpass 7 million.
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Replying to @Redistrict
Staten Island absentee/affidavit ballots just added... Biden 23,774 (63%) Trump 13,226 (35%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.92 million (4.4%).
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Breaking: Biden/Harris just became the first presidential ticket in U.S. history to surpass 81 million votes.
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Replying to @Redistrict
Queens absentee/affidavit ballots just added... Biden 156,645 (81%) Trump 31,440 (16%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.91 million (4.4%).
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Replying to @Redistrict
Brooklyn absentee/affidavit ballots just added... Biden 189,177 (85%) Trump 28,041 (13%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.78 million (4.3%).
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Replying to @Redistrict
Bronx absentee/affidavit ballots just added... Biden 83,539 (86%) Trump 11,891 (12%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.62 million (4.2%).
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Dave Wasserman 3h
Breaking: Manhattan absentee/affidavit ballots just added... Biden 225,435(90%) Trump 20,184 (8%) Biden's national popular vote lead climbs to 6.55 million (4.2%).
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Dave Wasserman 3h
New York City absentee ballots incoming...
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Jessica Taylor 5h
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Dave Wasserman 5h
Breaking: President Trump just surpassed 74 million votes, the second-most in history to Joe Biden (80.3 million and counting).
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Dave Wasserman 5h
Thanks to Connie at the Oneida Co., NY Board of Elections who shared the county's absentee/affidavit results w/ me: Biden 11,025 (67%) Trump 5,230 (31%) Biden's national popular vote lead rises to 6.35 million (4.0%).
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Dave Wasserman 5h
Replying to @JRSilver1980
When's the last time you've seen a donkey larger than an elephant?
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Dave Wasserman 5h
Alternative mug placement suggestion...
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Dave Wasserman 5h
Some personal news: introducing the must-have 2020 stocking stuffer for the election junkie in your life. All proceeds go directly to 's COVID-19 Response Fund. Be sure to order by the Dec. 8th deadline!
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Dave Wasserman 6h
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