1. Federal Appeals Courts Emerge as Crucial for Trump in Voting Cases  The New York Times
  2. Florida GOP narrows voter registration gap with Democrats to historic low  Fox News
  3. Florida Mail-in Ballots Already Eclipse Entire August Primary, With Dems Casting More Than Republicans  Newsweek
  4. Trump predicts 'red wave' of voting in Florida during rally in Ocala  FOX 35 Orlando
  5. Dems Have Numbers Edge As Early Voting Set To Kick Off  Bay News 9
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Federal district courts have tended to rule for Democrats in litigation over how to run the election, but appeals courts, well stocked with the president’s nominees, are blocking them.Federal district courts have tended to rule for Democrats in litigation over how to run the election, but appeals courts, well stocked with the president’s nominees, are blocking them.

One ad has the headline "VOTE LIKE PRESIDENT TRUMP!" and includes the text, "TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Request your ballot today."One ad has the headline "VOTE LIKE PRESIDENT TRUMP!" and includes the text, "TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Request your ballot today."

2020 Daily Trail Markers: Trump campaign launches ad blitz encouraging vote by mail - CBS News

In the top 14 races across the country, Democrats more than doubled Republicans' fundraising haul.

Top takeaways from Senate Democrats' fundraising bonanza - POLITICO

Trump as president has accelerated trends that are weakening the Republican grip on the Lone Star State.Trump as president has accelerated trends that are weakening the Republican grip on the Lone Star State.

Texas is the most intriguing political state in the country this fall - The Washington Post

The outlines of the election are locked in: Democrats will remain on top. Only a few local contests remain in doubt.The outlines of the election are locked in: Democrats will remain on top. Only a few local contests remain in doubt.

Election 2020: A national blue wave will impact these WA races | Crosscut

They really could sweep. And if they do, prepare for a miserable and acrimonious couple of years.They really could sweep. And if they do, prepare for a miserable and acrimonious couple of years.

If Democrats Win In November | National Review

Florida Republicans have cut the voter registration gap with Democrats to a historic low, giving the GOP a boost during early voting. Florida Republicans have cut the voter registration gap with Democrats to a historic low, giving the GOP a boost during early voting. 

America Letter: Reshaping judiciary one of few promises kept by incumbent presidentAmerica Letter: Reshaping judiciary one of few promises kept by incumbent president

Healthcare part of US election dominated by Trump

With less than 3 weeks to go until Election Day, President Donald Trump returned to Central Florida for a 'Make America Great Again' campaign rally in Ocala on Friday.With less than 3 weeks to go until Election Day, President Donald Trump returned to Central Florida for a 'Make America Great Again' campaign rally in Ocala on Friday.

Austin-based Democratic congressional candidates raised more money than their opponents, Republican incumbents seeking reelection, during the third quarter, signaling growing Democratic momentum heading into the campaign’s closing weeks.But Republican Reps. Michael McCaul of Austin, Chip Roy of Hays County, Roger Williams of Austin and John Carter of Round Rock had more money in their coffers than their Democratic opponents at the end of September, according to campaign finance filingsAustin-based Democratic congressional candidates raised more money than their opponents, Republican incumbents seeking reelection, during the third quarter, signaling growing Democratic momentum heading into the campaign’s closing weeks.But Republican Reps. Michael McCaul of Austin, Chip Roy of Hays County, Roger Williams of Austin and John Carter of Round Rock had more money in their coffers than their Democratic opponents at the end of September, according to campaign finance filings

Democrats outraise 4 Austin-area GOP incumbents in congressional races - News - Austin American-Statesman - Austin, TX

Sen. Paul Gazelka alleged that the state Senate candidate had violated campaign law.Sen. Paul Gazelka alleged that the state Senate candidate had violated campaign law.

Minnesota campaign watchdog nixes GOP complaint against Democrat Erin Murphy - StarTribune.com

Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales has changed ratings for two Senate and 23 House races, and only three moved toward Republicans.Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales has changed ratings for two Senate and 23 House races, and only three moved toward Republicans.

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Across 10 battleground seats that national Democrats want to flip, all but one Democrat outraised their Republican opponents. Republicans, meanwhile, kept cash-on-hand leads in most of the nine contests where they were outraised.Across 10 battleground seats that national Democrats want to flip, all but one Democrat outraised their Republican opponents. Republicans, meanwhile, kept cash-on-hand leads in most of the nine conte…

Texas Democrats overwhelm Republicans in fundraising in close U.S. House races | The Texas Tribune

As Election Day nears, Republicans and Democrats are concentrating on a handful of Alaska’s legislative seats.As Election Day nears, Republicans and Democrats are concentrating on a handful of Alaska’s legislative seats.

These 14 races could decide who controls the Alaska Legislature for the next two years - Anchorage Daily News

Democrats running in the most competitive Senate races saw cash flood into their campaigns at unprecedented levels over the past three months.Democrats running in the most competitive Senate races saw cash flood into their campaigns at unprecedented levels over the past three months.

Democrats see cash floodgates open ahead of Election Day | TheHill

Democrats running in the most competitive Senate races saw cash flood into their campaigns at unprecedented levels over the past three months.Democrats running in the most competitive Senate races saw cash flood into their campaigns at unprecedented levels over the past three months.

Democrats see cash floodgates open ahead of Election Day | TheHill

Trump’s Republican Party must subtract votes in order to survive.Trump’s Republican Party must subtract votes in order to survive.

The Threat of Voter Subtraction - The Atlantic

As the 2020 presidential election looms, the youth vote continues to seemingly inspire Democratic apathy and Republican antagonism.That's exactly why I'm going to.

Neither Democrats nor Republicans Really Care if People Under 30 Vote — That's Why I Have To | Teen Vogue

Who's up, down, in and out — your morning tipsheet on Florida politics.Who's up, down, in and out — your morning tipsheet on Florida politics.

Sunburn — The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics — 10.16.20

Early voting starts Monday and there are nearly 15 million active, registered voters in Florida.Fla. Dems have 134,000 more registered voters than the GOP.

Dems Have Numbers Edge As Early Voting Set To Kick Off

Democratic candidates for Senate are raising so much money, campaigns and party operatives say, that they're looking for new places to spend it, expanding ad buys into more markets.Democratic candidates for Senate are raising so much money, campaigns and party operatives say, that they're looking for new places to spend it, expanding ad buys into more markets.

Democratic donors fuel record-breaking fundraising in Senate races

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Democrats still have a voter registration advantage over Republicans, but it’s getting slimmer. Democrats have just more than 5. 3 million voters registered for the Nov. 3 election, compared to nearly 5. 2 million for Republicans, according to statistic released by the Florida Department of State. The overall difference is 134,242 in favor of Democrats.TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Democrats still have a voter registration advantage over Republicans, but it’s getting slimmer. Democrats have just more than 5. 3 million voters registered for the Nov. 3 election, compared to nearly 5. 2 million for Republicans, according to statistic released by the Florida Department of State. The overall difference is 134,242 in favor of Democrats.

Florida Democrats have voter advantage, but it's shrinking | WEAR

Florida Democrats have voter advantage, but it's shrinking

On average the Democratic challenger raised $23.1 million in Q3 compared to $10.4 million raised by the incumbent Republican.On average the Democratic challenger raised $23.1 million in Q3 compared to $10.4 million raised by the incumbent Republican.

Democratic Senate Challengers Massively Outraise Republican Incumbents

US presidential hopefuls tend to focus their efforts on battleground states which have unclear party loyalties with persuadable voters.US presidential hopefuls tend to focus their efforts on battleground states which have unclear party loyalties with persuadable voters.

US Election: What are swing states?

With 17 days to go until the presidential election almost every sign is good for Joe Biden.His poll lead has risen from steadily solid to landslide territory, he is flush with cash, and signs from With 17 days to go until the presidential election almost every sign is good for Joe Biden.His poll lead has risen from steadily solid to landslide territory, he is flush with cash, and signs from

Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate in nine hotly contested races amassed more than $240 million in contributions during the third quarter, leaving their Republican opponents far behind in fundraising as the campaign entered its final weeks.Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate in nine hotly contested races amassed more than $240 million in contributions during the third quarter, leaving their Republican opponents far behind in fundraising as the campaign entered its final weeks.

Democratic Senate campaigns pull in more than $240 million in third-quarter fundraising | Reuters

The November 3 US presidential election will be the first one whose outcome is already scary and uncertain, not in terms of who will win, but whether the result will be accepted, or a new wave of...The November 3 US presidential election will be the first one whose outcome is already scary and uncertain, not in terms of who will win, but whether the result will be accepted, or a new wave of...

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At least eight Democratic challengers have announced fundraising totals that top $20 million during the third quarter.

Democratic Senate challengers shatter money records, boosting their hopes of flipping chamber from Republicans

US President Donald Trump is predicting a “red wave" of Republican voting in Florida. Most polls show a close race in the important battleground state that both the Republican incumbent and Democrat Joe Biden are courting heavily. Addressing a campaign rally Friday in Ocala, Trump reminded thousands of supporters that “I live here, too.”US President Donald Trump is predicting a “red wave" of Republican voting in Florida. Most polls show a close race in the important battleground state that both the Republican incumbent and Democrat Joe Biden are courting heavily. Addressing a campaign rally Friday in Ocala, Trump reminded thousands of supporters that “I live here, too.”

US elections 2020: Trump predicts 'red wave' of voting in Florida - The Economic Times Video | ET Now

US President Donald Trump is predicting a “red wave" of Republican voting in Florida. Most polls show a close race in the important battleground state that both the Republican incumbent and Democrat Joe Biden are courting heavily. Addressing a campaign rally Friday in Ocala, Trump reminded thousands of supporters that “I live here, too.”

US elections 2020: Trump predicts 'red wave' of voting in Florida - The Economic Times Video | ET Now

More than 14.4 million active registered voters are eligible for the 2020 general election.

Florida Republicans close registration gap with Democrats to historically narrow margin

Republicans did not respond to an invitation in the newspaper and by email to comment on the candidate at the head of their ticket.OK, on one level I'm not surprised that not a single Republican candidate in eastern Connecticut accepted my challenge to comment on the person at

The Day - Not one Republican candidate in eastern Connecticut would comment on Trump - News from southeastern Connecticut

Democrats are outpacing Republican by a large margin in the surge of vote-by-mail ballots returned to Florida by Thursday.Democrats are outpacing Republican by a large margin in the surge of vote-by-mail ballots returned to Florida by Thursday.

15% of Florida voters' ballots are in; 10% in Duval

I recently chatted with a veteran political observer who asked my opinion on a matter confounding him. Apparently, this observer had conversed with an equally…I recently chatted with a veteran political observer who asked my opinion on a matter confounding him. Apparently, this observer had conversed with an equally politically savvy person…

The Gaslight Election Won’t Work - American Greatness

Some voting rights activists are concerned such encounters could escalate tensions among voters.Some voting rights activists are concerned such encounters could escalate tensions among voters.

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Florida Democrats, already holding their narrowest lead in state history over Republicans in registered voters, have seen that edge shrink even further heading into the November election.Florida Democrats, already holding their narrowest lead in state history over Republicans in registered voters, have seen that edge shrink even further heading into the November election.

The gap between Democrats and Republicans is now the smallest in Florida history

Both parties have made early and mail-in voting a major part of their campaign strategies this year. Democrats beat the drum for Americans to get to the polls or get their absentee ballots in as soon as possible. Republicans, including President Donald Trump, repeatedly warned of possible fraud and election delays from millions of mailed ballots.

Long lines and ballot controversies - Politics - WORLD