This election is important all the way down to the state and local levels. In 2010, there were a lot of Dems that didn’t go to the polls because they thought there wasn’t enough improvement in the economy and many thought there was too much focus on passing ACA. At least that is what I heard here and on other message boards from people that said they were not going to vote. This led to Republicans sweeping the state legislatures so they got to format districts since that was a census year just like this one. Wisconsin is a prime example since the Dems got 205K more votes in 2018 but the Repubs got 27 more seats.
That’s why I object to the people who think that “term limits” is a solution; IMO it would create MORE corruption and corporate power than already exists. I like my U.S. Senators and when my U.S. House Rep. started getting too corporate, there were a couple of primary opponents. He did win a close primary and since then seems to have gotten the point.
Can’t remember where I saw this, but I do remember a video of a Repub in a state legislature reading the bill written by ALEC, and he actually read “your state name here”.
Trumpette relative in Wisconsin FB post “Imagine the hysteria if Trump postponed the presidential election”. Wonder if she’ll go back and delete that when Trump tries to STOP the election entirely?
Yep, plus the Dems in WI got 205,000 more votes than Repub candidates yet the Repubs still ended up with 27 more seats in the state legislature.
The primary involves more than the presidential race, so there were Repubs running for other offices.
Any of the WI Repubs and the 5 on SCOTUS should have worked at the polls if it was so important for the election to be held despite the delay in getting mail-in ballots out.
Kennedy retired to protect his son from the Russian investigations which involved his work at Deutsche Bank.
Kavanaugh should be the first SCOTUS to be impeached. He openly and obviously lied throughout his hearings.
Transportation of goods was often done by rail, then truck in the past. But many companies didn’t want to pay for warehousing of any kind, and “just in time” became the prevailing rule in retail and other shipments.
Retail stores implemented a “just in time” POV several years ago, which pushed the movement of goods from rail to trucks. Rather than using rail to get goods most of the way there and then transferring to trucks, trucks carry the load the entire way.