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Samuel Sinyangwe
Black Activist. Data Scientist & Policy Analyst. Stanford Alum. Co-Founder, Police Scorecard | Mapping Police Violence. Cash: $samswey | IG:samswey
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Los Angeles Times 9h
Of the 20 most populous cities in the U.S., San Francisco has the lowest death rate per capita from COVID-19. If the entire country had followed the city’s approach, says a doctor, there would be just 50,000 dead from the pandemic instead of 220,000+
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Kyle Griffin 4h
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nine days before Election Day, votes cast in US exceed total for all early vote in 2016.
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Dave Wasserman 11h
Replying to @Redistrict
The only one of FL's 33 counties w/ 100k+ registrants where registered Rs have turned out at a higher percentage than registered Ds so far? Miami-Dade.
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NBC News 9h
JUST IN: Senate votes 51-48 to proceed to the final vote confirming Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. The Senate will now have up to 30 hours of debate time ahead of the final vote to confirm Barrett, expected Monday night.
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philip lewis Oct 24
Meanwhile, in Louisville: Police are facing off with more than 100 protesters at Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron’s home on the 150th day of protests
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Sam Rosenfeld 8h
The entire GOP appears to have decided that today was the right day to finally level with the American people.
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Tom Bonier 8h
Replying to @tbonier
3 US States and the District of Columbia all have smaller populations than the number of voters under the age of 30 who have cast a ballot already in Texas.
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David Hogg Vote 🗳 Oct 24
I don’t care what the polls say and how many people have already turned out to vote- if you haven’t you still need to vote. Polls don’t decide these elections. Don’t feel safe because some people have already voted, Trump can still win. Vote ASAP.
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Hakeem Jefferson 14h
"I don’t know of anything in the history of Black ppl in this country in which I’ve read some account in which it ended with, “and then they gave up.” That’s just not what we do. I know we work for the future of our children and our grandchildren and their children."
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Jeffrey P Wallman 12h
Replying to @Redistrict
Compiled this am.
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Dave Wasserman 13h
It happened: Hays Co., TX just became the first county in America - to my knowledge - to surpass its total 2016 turnout. Four years ago, it cast 72,164 total votes. With more than a week left, 73,277 people there have already early voted.
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Bobbin Singh 10h
“Someone cannot be punished into having more money or punished into having more affordable housing options.” Portland taxpayers spent about $43 million arresting homeless people and booking them into jail between 2016 and 2019.
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Kyle Griffin 21h
NYT now reports that at least four Pence aides have tested positive for COVID.
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Lawrence Hurley 14h
In her three years as a federal appeals court judge, U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has consistently sided with police or prison guards accused of using excessive force, a Reuters review of cases she was involved in shows
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Dare Obasanjo Oct 24
It’s easier for a white person to vote from space than for an African American or Latino to vote in their home zip code in the United States.
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Eric Holthaus Oct 24
We're a few days from November and the Arctic is still struggling to freeze. We are in a climate emergency.
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Bryan Behar Oct 24
The fact that we need to still worry about Trump being re-elected after all this mess is even crazier than him being elected in the first place.
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Neil Volz Oct 24
Returning citizens and our families marching to the polls and voting in 25 counties across Florida today, including here in Lee County. This is what democracy looks like.
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Andrea Mercado Oct 24
Free the vote! Returning citizens across Florida voted for the first time today!
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