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    The Democratic Convention will feature a lineup of everyday American speakers, including Pennsylvania farmer Rick Telesz who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 The Democratic National Convention speakership lineup features several everyday Americans, including a farmer from Pennsylvania who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 as a new poll shows likely voters in the swing state favor Joe Biden. 'Over the last several months in planning this convention, we had two goals in mind: to include more Americans than ever before, and to ensure that all Americans see themselves reflected in what they were viewing,' Stephanie Cutter, the 2020 Democratic National Convention Program Executive, said in a press release announcing nine of the speakers. Rick Telesz, who runs a...
    Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 6 points in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, two battleground states that Trump carried in 2016, a new poll from CBS shows. The poll shows that 49% of Pennsylvania participants prefer Biden win the election compared to 43 percent who prefer Trump. 48% of people surveyed in Wisconsin also favor Biden, compared to Trump’s 42%. WASHINGTON, DC – AUGUST 09: President Donald Trump arrives at the White House in Marine One on August 9, 2020 in Washington, DC. The President spent the weekend at his property in New Jersey where he attended multiple campaign and fund raising events. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) CBS and YouGov surveyed 1,225 likely voters in Pennsylvania...
    Late on election night 2016, it was Wisconsin and Pennsylvania that put Donald Trump over the top and into the White House, thanks to late-deciding voters who went his way, and big margins among people who wanted change. Today, the vast majority of voters in these two states say things in the U.S. are going badly. They think Joe Biden would do a better job of handling coronavirus by significant margins, washing out any edge Mr. Trump has on the economy. And looking back now, relatively few voters in these states say the Trump presidency has been going as they expected — more say it's gone worse than gone better. And so Biden leads both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin today by...
            by Andrew Trunsky  Election officials in three battleground states wouldn’t say when the U.S. can expect the results from November’s presidential race, and an official in a fourth state said the timing is uncertain. Numerous news reports have indicated that election results could take a week to return due to the coronavirus pandemic and an increased reliance on mail-in ballots. Accuracy and timing will be especially crucial in the battleground states that will likely determine whether President Donald Trump will serve another term or be ousted by former Vice President Joe Biden. But in three of those states, Arizona, Florida and Pennsylvania, election officials didn’t respond to repeated inquiries asking how quickly after polls close...
    Late on election night 2016, it was Wisconsin and Pennsylvania that put Donald Trump over the top and into the White House, thanks to late-deciding voters who went his way, and big margins among people who wanted change. Today, the vast majority of voters in these two states say things in the U.S. are going badly. They think Joe Biden would do a better job of handling coronavirus by significant margins, washing out any edge Mr. Trump has on the economy. And looking back now, relatively few voters in these states say the Trump presidency has been going as they expected — more say it's gone worse than gone better. And so Biden leads both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin today by...
    President Trump is losing his footing in key Rust Belt states as Joe Biden (D) surges, a Restoration PAC poll released this week revealed. The survey was conducted June 8-20, in the midst of the civil unrest unraveling across the country. Restoration PAC surveyed 600 likely voters in each of the three states — Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Biden leads by double digits in all three states and has gained ground since May’s survey: Michigan: Biden +17.5 percent Trump: 36.8 percent Biden: 54.3 percent Wisconsin: Biden +16.5 percent Trump: 37.8 percent Biden: 54.3 percent Pennsylvania: Biden +11.7 percent Trump: 41.8 percent Biden: 53.5 percent According to the survey, the largest share of respondents in Michigan and Wisconsin consider themselves independents...
    Join the New York Post and Mansion Global for a live conversation on how COVID-19 has affected top real estate markets in the US, Friday, 6/26 @ 12 p.m. EST. Register here. B ayer settles Roundup cancer lawsuits for up to $10.9 billion   Harley-Davidson will cut 140 jobs in the US following its decision to adjust production volumes, a company representative told Reuters. The layoffs will affect 90 production workers at Harley’s York facility in Pennsylvania and 50 at its Tomahawk facility in Wisconsin. Shares of the motorcycle maker, helmed by CEO Jochen Zeitz, who was appointed last month, were up 3.6 percent in late-afternoon trading, at $24.20. In April, the company temporarily laid off most of its...
    As President Trump hit battleground Wisconsin Thursday, his Democratic challenger Joe Biden hit the key swing state of Pennsylvania in the most active day of in-person campaigning by the two since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The former vice president wore a black face mask as he sat in an outdoor community center courtyard in traditionally conservative Lancaster with three mothers and two children who told of benefiting from Obamacare. Beyond the police cordon, a small group of Trump supporters nearby could be heard chanting “four more years” and “USA.” “I’m supposedly an expert in foreign policy,” Biden said of his lengthy career in the Senate and as vice president. “Well, health care is more complicated than foreign policy....