Reason: None provided.

One better, if it's same day registration, that implies that the ones not on the list either A) voted in person or B) registered far too late for their mail-in ballots to count. We all know republicans are more likely to vote in person, but that then implies that the majority of same day registrations were republicans, so where did all those newly minted dem votes come from?

Anybody who watched tim pool (he has his moments) knows that it was reported that new republicans and dem-to-republican switches were happening at historic rates, so where exactly did all these new democrat votes come from?

2 days ago
4 score
Reason: None provided.

One better, if it's same day registration, that implies that the ones not on the list either A) voted in person or B) registered far too late for their mail-in ballots to count. We all know republicans are more likely to vote in person, but that then implies that the majority of same day registrations were republicans, so where did all those newly minted dem votes come from?

Anybody who watched tim pool (be has his moments) knows that it was reported that new republicans and dem-to-republican switches were happening at historic rates, so where exactly did all these new democrat votes come from?

2 days ago
3 score
Reason: Original

One better, if it's same day registration, that implies that the ones not on the lost either A) voted in person or B) registered far too late for their mail-in ballots to count. We all know republicans are more likely to vote in person, but that then implies that the majority of same day registrations were republicans, so where did all those newly minted dem votes come from?

Anybody who watched tim pool (be has his moments) knows that it was reported that new republicans and dem-to-republican switches were happening at historic rates, so where exactly did all these new democrat votes come from?

2 days ago
1 score