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  1. forum rang 7 Al Kipone 22 september 2020 13:37
    A new poll conducted for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows the presidential race in Georgia could not be closer, with President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden tied in a political environment dominated by the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic as well as protests over racial inequality.


    The poll pegged Trump and Biden at 47% apiece, with an additional 1% of voters backing Libertarian Jo Jorgensen. Only 4% were undecided in the survey of 1,150 likely voters, which was conducted Sept. 11-20 by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs.

    Georgia’s twin U.S. Senate races are also competitive. U.S. Sen. David Perdue (47%) and Democrat Jon Ossoff (45%) are neck-and-neck, within the poll’s margin of error of 4 percentage points. Libertarian Shane Hazel has 4% support, and about 5% are undecided.

    De race voor Loeffler's Senaatszetel is ook too close to call, met twee Republikeinen en drie democraten in de race.

    Oh boy....
  2. forum rang 7 Al Kipone 22 september 2020 13:39
    It's a dead heat in Iowa as a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden locked in a tie just six weeks to Election Day.

    Forty-seven percent of likely voters say they would support Trump for president, and 47% say they would support Biden. Another 4% would vote for someone else and 3% are unsure.

    A stark gender divide appears to be driving the race as men of nearly every demographic cast their support for Trump, a Republican, and women do the same for Biden, a Democrat.

    The difference from 2016 in Iowa? Women voters.

    Clinton won women by +7
    Biden is +20 with women.


    Iowa....Georgia.....Texas.....Ohio

    staten die trump met overmacht won......nu 'too close to call'


    Oh boy.
  3. forum rang 7 Al Kipone 22 september 2020 13:43
    Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg and his team have raised more than $16 million to pay the court fines and fees of nearly 32,000 Black and Hispanic Florida voters with felony convictions, an effort aimed at boosting turnout for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

    The money will go to fund a program organized by the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition to pay the fines, fees and restitution costs for former prisoners who are already registered to vote in Florida but barred by law from participating in the election because of those outstanding debts.

    Bloomberg, who has committed at least $100 million to electing Biden in the state, raised the money from individuals and foundations over the last week, his advisers said. He saw the donations as a more cost-effective way of adding votes to the Democratic column than investing money to persuade voters who already have the right to vote, a Bloomberg memo said.

  4. forum rang 7 Al Kipone 23 september 2020 20:15
    In the race for the White House, former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump 52 - 42 percent among likely voters in a Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University national poll released today. Those numbers are unchanged from a September 2nd national poll when Biden led Trump 52 - 42 percent.

    "Voters think Biden is smarter, more honest, more level headed, and cares more about Americans than the president. And that, in part, translates into a ten-point lead," said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy.

    In the race for the White House, former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump 52 - 42 percent among likely voters in a Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea-ack) University national poll released today. Those numbers are unchanged from a September 2nd national poll when Biden led Trump 52 - 42 percent.

    poll.qu.edu/national/release-detail?R...
  5. forum rang 10 luchtschip 24 september 2020 12:24

    Joe Biden richt zich tot de President :

    The 200,000 people we've lost to COVID-19 weren't nobodies, Mr. President.

    They were our parents and grandparents, sons and daughters, friends and co-workers.

    They were Americans.

    video 0:32 minuut
    twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/130895933...
  6. forum rang 8 josti5 24 september 2020 19:49
    quote:

    luchtschip schreef op 24 september 2020 12:24:



    Joe Biden richt zich tot de President :

    The 200,000 people we've lost to COVID-19 weren't nobodies, Mr. President.

    They were our parents and grandparents, sons and daughters, friends and co-workers.

    They were Americans.

    video 0:32 minuut
    twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/130895933...


    Bwehhh, wát een goedkoop politiek geleuter!
    Mensen die zó bezig zijn, zijn volledig ongeschikt als president.
    Als dát soort op de onderbuikgevoelens spelende figuren president wordt: berg je dan maar voor de real world van Russen, Chinezen en vele anderen...
  7. forum rang 7 Plein777 24 september 2020 19:56
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    ff_relativeren schreef op 24 september 2020 19:53:


    Generaal-Buiten-Dienst die Trump adviseerde , sluit zich aan bij bijna 500 veiligheids-experts die Joe Biden steunen : edition.cnn.com/2020/09/24/politics/p... .



    Wel fijn dat het leger achter Biden staat voor het geval als trump de verkiezingen verliest !


    www.votevets.org/video

    .
  8. forum rang 7 Plein777 24 september 2020 20:04
    quote:

    ff_relativeren schreef op 24 september 2020 19:53:


    Generaal-Buiten-Dienst die Trump adviseerde , sluit zich aan bij bijna 500 veiligheids-experts die Joe Biden steunen : edition.cnn.com/2020/09/24/politics/p... .




    www.nationalsecurityleaders4biden.com


    489 generaals steunen Biden !
  9. forum rang 7 Plein777 24 september 2020 20:24


    NATIONAL SECURITY LEADERS FOR BIDEN
    =====================================

    We are 489 retired Generals, Admirals, Senior Noncommissioned Officers, Ambassadors and Senior Civilian National Security Officials supporting Joe Biden for President.


    AN OPEN LETTER TO AMERICA
    =========================

    September 24, 2020



    To Our Fellow Citizens:



    We are former public servants who have devoted our careers, and in many cases risked our lives, for the United States. We are generals, admirals, senior noncommissioned officers, ambassadors, and senior civilian national security leaders. We are Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. We love our country. Unfortunately, we also fear for it. The COVID-19 pandemic has proven America needs principled, wise, and responsible leadership. America needs a President who understands, as President Harry S. Truman said, that “the buck stops here.”

    We the undersigned endorse Joe Biden to be the next President of the United States. He is the leader our nation needs.


    We believe that Joe Biden is, above all, a good man with a strong sense of right and wrong. He is guided by the principles that have long made America great: democracy is a hard-won right we must defend and support at home and abroad; America’s power and influence stem as much from her moral authority as it does from her economic and military power; America’s free press is invaluable, not an enemy of the people; those who sacrifice or give their lives in service of our nation deserve our respect and eternal gratitude; and America’s citizens benefit most when the United States engages with the world. Joe Biden will always put the nation’s needs before his own.


    Those who have served know empathy is a vital leadership quality – you cannot do what is best for those you lead if you do not know their challenges. Joe Biden has empathy born of his humble roots, family tragedies and personal loss. When Americans are struggling, Joe Biden understands their pain and takes it upon himself to help.

    We believe America’s president must be honest, and we find Joe Biden’s honesty and integrity indisputable. He believes a nation’s word is her bond. He believes we must stand by the allies who have stood by us. He remembers how America’s NATO allies rushed to her side after 9/11; how the Kurds fought by our side to defeat ISIS; and how Japan and South Korea have been steadfast partners in countering North Korean and Chinese provocations. Joe Biden would never sell out our allies to placate despots or because he dislikes an allied leader.

    While some of us may have different opinions on particular policy matters, we trust Joe Biden’s positions are rooted in sound judgment, thorough understanding, and fundamental values.

    We know Joe Biden has the experience and wisdom necessary to navigate America through a painful time. He has grappled with America’s most difficult foreign policy challenges for decades, learning what works – and what does not – in a dangerous world. He is knowledgeable, but he also knows that listening to diverse and dissenting views is essential, particularly when making tough decisions concerning our national security. Many of us have briefed Joe Biden on matters of national security, and we know he demands a thorough understanding of any issue before making a decision – as any American president should.

    Finally, Joe Biden believes in personal responsibility. Over his long career, he has learned hard lessons and grown as a leader who can take positive action to unite and heal our country. It is unthinkable that he would ever utter the phrase “I don’t take responsibility at all.”

    The next president will inherit a nation – and a world – in turmoil. The current President has demonstrated he is not equal to the enormous responsibilities of his office; he cannot rise to meet challenges large or small. Thanks to his disdainful attitude and his failures, our allies no longer trust or respect us, and our enemies no longer fear us. Climate change continues unabated, as does North Korea’s nuclear program. The president has ceded influence to a Russian adversary who puts bounties on the heads of American military personnel, and his trade war against China has only harmed America’s farmers and manufacturers. The next president will have to address those challenges while struggling with an economy in a deep recession and a pandemic that has already claimed more than 200,000 of our fellow citizens. America, with 4% of the world’s population suffers with 25% of the world’s COVID-19 cases. Only FDR and Abraham Lincoln came into office facing more monumental crises than the next president.

    Joe Biden has the character, principles, wisdom, and leadership necessary to address a world on fire. That is why Joe Biden must be the next President of the United States; why we vigorously support his election; and why we urge our fellow citizens to do the same.
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