The Top USA News to Read

10-23-20 | The Washington Post

Second Trump-Biden debate has fewer interruptions but more counterpunches
Why Read: The Washington Post provides a detailed account of the second presidential debate.

10-23-20 | USA Today

Presidential debate: Donald Trump lies like a rug; Joe Biden fails to step all over it
Why Read: The editorial board of USA Today analyzes the second presidential debate and concludes that it is unlikely to alter the trajectory of the race.

10-23-20 | FOX News

Doug Schoen: Trump vs. Biden – Here’s who won the debate and what it means for the 2020 election
Why Read: Veteran pollster and political consultant Doug Schoen analyzes the second and final presidential debate for Fox News.

10-21-20 | USA Today

USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll: Joe Biden leading Donald Trump by 7 points in pivotal Pennsylvania
Why Read: USA Today provides the results of a new Suffolk University survey of likely voters in Pennsylvania conducted between October 15 and 19. The results suggest Vice President Biden holds a significant lead in this must-win state.

10-21-20 | Fortune

Trump campaign playing fundraising catch-up after burning through cash in September
Why Read: Fortune reports that the Trump campaign is lagging in both cash on hand and ongoing fundraising performance with two weeks left to go in the U.S. presidential contest.

10-20-20 | The Wall Street Journal

Mail Balloting Is Fueling Historic Early Voting in the 2020 Election
Why Read: More than 36 million Americans have already voted. The Wall Street Journal provides informative visualizations of where those ballots were cast, whether they were in-person or mail-in votes, and the party identification of the early voters.

10-20-20 | The Washington Post

Key swing states vulnerable to USPS slowdowns as millions vote by mail, data shows
Why Read: The Washington Post reports that delivery performance of the U.S. Postal Service has slipped in recent months, and delivery has been less reliable than the national average in some of the key election battleground states that have strict deadlines for accepting mail-in ballots, such as Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.

10-20-20 | CNBC

Voters want Senate to prioritize coronavirus relief over Supreme Court, new poll finds
Why Read: The results of a new CNBC/Change Research survey of nearly 3,000 likely voters in six swing states and more than 2,700 likely voters nationwide show that Vice President Biden is leading in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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