Join Jim and Greg as they welcome 2022 midterm assessments from two Democrats that this year is going to be very rough for their party. They also groan as Homeland Security keeps its “Disinformation Governance Board” and taps former Bush Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff as a key adviser. And they preview today’s key primaries before diving into the sheer chaos of the Pennsylvania race, where we still don’t have a GOP primary winner but we do have lawsuits. Meanwhile, medical experts are warning that the Democrat in the race had a more severe stroke than we were told in recent days and is “at risk for sudden cardiac death.”

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  1. kedavis Member
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    The thing about the date on the ballots is supposed to be so that ballots that are received after the deadline can still be counted, if there’s evidence that they were mailed in time.  Such as the date inside, and/or a postmark.

    But the ballots at issue in Pennsylvania were apparently received before the deadline, so whether or not they were dated “inside” appears to be irrelevant.

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