CNN host John King points out to Democrat Rep. Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania that 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden’s positions on fracking call into question “a lot of jobs” in Pennsylvania. From an interview with Rep. Lamb on 11/2/2020. Be sure to like, subscribe, and comment below to share your thoughts on the video.
In 2016, Democrats held an edge of 916,274 voters over Republicans. Less than a week before Election Day, that advantage has dropped to 686,558. Republicans have whittled that deficit by nearly 230,000 registered voters, a group almost matching the size of Cumberland County.
Polls have shown former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, holding a consistent lead over President Trump. Republicans are pointing to their success in registering voters as a better barometer of Trump’s reelection prospects and the success of GOP legislative candidates.
If anyone thought there were dead people, undocumented immigrants, family pets, or other unqualified voters trying to vote by mail in Philly, they weren’t willing to put any money behind it.
More than 1.2 million applications have been approved to vote by mail in Philadelphia and its four suburban counties, and not a single one was challenged as coming from someone other than a qualified voter by the 5 p.m. deadline for bringing such challenges, county elections officials said. That means no ballots will need to be set aside in advance, speeding the counting of votes.
State law says that once a county approves a voter’s mail ballot application, “such approval decision shall be final and binding, except that challenges may be made only on the ground that the applicant was not a qualified elector."