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Will Undecided Voters Decide the Election? Maybe, maybe not…

Political prognosticators estimate that 2% to 8% of voters are undecided about the presidential election. Roughly speaking this amounts to 2.5 million to 12 million votes or possibly more depending on the final voter turnout. And that’s a pretty darned … Continue reading

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Trump is on a Huge Roll, Headed for Re-election

On October 23, Nikitas3.com drove from my home in Massachusetts to nearby Keene, New Hampshire, a small city in the southwest corner of the state. It is a very liberal town in a somewhat conservative state since Keene has a … Continue reading

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