We looked inside some of the tweets by @jimrutenberg and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
US Postal Service on-time delivery times for First-Class Mail have dropped again — now nearly as bad as the worst period this summer. If you are voting absentee and haven’t returned your ballot, experts say drop it off in person. Do not rely on #USPS delivery at this point.
On today’s Daily: an acid-flash back retelling of the 2000 election night, the last time we had a contested outcome of a presidential race. The great @jimrutenberg on what Ds and Rs learned from the experience and how they are applying those lessons today https://t.co/pU363wKev7
Join our stroll down Bad Memory Lane to the 2000 election fiasco, expertly guided by @mikiebarb, then stay tuned for more on the latest voting news out of the Supreme Court, another reminder that what’s old may be new again (and thanks to M Barbaro & Team Daily for having me!) https://t.co/CZFCzOAcQ8
Breaking: A federal judge ruled that Trump can be personally sued for defamation over his denial of a decades-old rape allegation. The judge rejected the Justice Dept.’s bid to shield Trump. The lawsuit was brought by the the writer E. Jean Carroll. https://t.co/KssraBhD7c
Kavanaugh stmt that decision to override Wisc vote-counting deadline extension is to avoid "suspicions of impropriety that can ensue if 1000s of absentee ballots flow in after election day" prioritizes effects of specious voter fraud claims over voters' will expressed in ballots https://t.co/diDS6qwjTL
BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court declines to change Wisconsin's voting rules https://t.co/pYpmNd37O1
Side note: @ericlitke is cited in Kagan's dissent. "The Wisconsin legislature has not for a moment considered whether recent COVID conditions demand changes to the State’s election rules; that body has not even met since April. Compare Litke ...." https://t.co/LSgNNGSSZ9
Big problems and discrepancies with Mail In Ballots all over the USA. Must have final total on November 3rd.
Trump has been seeding ground on notion that results should be determined on election night as far back as Florida vote for governor and Senate in 2018. https://t.co/pbwnCuzben https://t.co/h7SEbL784h
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“Our peer-reviewed research shows that the more time someone spends on Facebook, the more polarized their online news consumption becomes. What’s more, we find Facebook usage is five times more polarizing for conservatives than for liberals.” https://t.co/QdAKw6qreF
For those playing at home, here's the motion to expedite the cert. petition in the PA Republican Party case seeking (again) to roll back three day extension for receipt of absentee ballots in PA https://t.co/UzmwkoE0d7 Case 20-542