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"Let me say right here, right now. Absolutely Donald Trump should release his tax returns."

Whatever you do, do not Retweet this video of GOP Rep, and @realDonaldTrump lacky, @mattgaetz saying he believes Donald Trump should release his tax returns.
While I have your attention go to @VoterSticker Project and give us a follow! The #VoterStickerProject sends #IVoted stickers to everyone who doesn't get one, whether they vote by mail, absentee, or they just dont get one at the polls. #PaperBallots
A team attorneys has been guiding the House Ways and Means Committee, to craft what they hope will be an "air-tight" legal strategy to compel the president to hand over 10 years of his personal tax returns.…
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#California #Voters Did you vote by mail?

Want to know if your vote has been counted?

You can do so here:…

Once you get to the site, click the link to your county and enter your date of birth and the last four digits of your license.

I am happy to report that my vote counted! #IVoted

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Okay, so a quick thread on "do you have a plan to vote?"
If you've done any phonebanking or door-knocking for GOTV in the last few years, you know that "Do you have a plan to vote?" is an essential—maybe the essential—question you're supposed to ask. That's because it works.
A lot of people intend to vote, but don't get around to it. A meeting runs late, or an errand runs long, or they forget until after they're home and changed into a tee shirt and pyjama pants. It happens. Stuff happens.
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Quick #Aras18 #IVoted thread on Peter Casey, because there are a lot of super simplistic hot takes going around. "It's the media's fault." "It's the PC brigade to blame." "21% of people are racist." The reality? It's complex... (1/n)
There are a myriad of factors involved in any election campaign, and the super simplistic hot-takes considering aspects in isolation will do nothing to help us analyse what happened or learn from it. (2/n)
The first factor: Peter Casey's divisive rhetoric. Being controversial and divisive is a very effective campaigning method. By it's very nature it creates an 'us vs them' situation. When all other candidates condemned Casey, he became the de-facto opponent to Higgins. (3/n)
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