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LieparDestin

Good morning friends.

This could Likely be a repeat (Ive missed some posts):

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NYCVG

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/georgias-twin-runoffs-are-likely-to-drag-out-results-for-days/ar-BB1cl1lW

I’m posting this article because I think it is written in bad faith.

What it insists is that the Georgia results will take as long as they did in November.

This is in direct contradiction to the fact that the procedures which led to the long delays in November have changed somewhat.

In November the mail in vote wasn’t counted until after Election Day. (GA wasn’t alone in this. NY didn’t start counting the mail in ballots until a week after November 3.)

Right now, the mail in ballots are being counted as they are received. That will leave only the late arriving ballots to be counted after the polls close. There has also been a tremendous turnout for early voting. Counting the vote on Election Day after the polls close needn’t be a big deal.

What’s the benefit and point of predicting a two weeks struggle? I don’t get it.

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NYCVG

Let me rephrase my question: Who benefits—Cui bono—from an “endless election?”

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polarbear4

TY BENNY!