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October 26, 2020

Depending on the time of day, weekday or media outlet, headlines tout either party as edging out their opposition in early voting. However, what remains consistent is the fact that this electorate is the most diverse yet. Pew Research takes a deep dive into the 2020 electorate in hopes of gleaning the path going forward for the country; Want to know who could affect outcome of the election? Look no farther!; Energy costs are going up. Brownouts are becoming the norm for some regions of the country. What if there was a paint that could keep things cool with AC? and This marginalized group could prove to be the unlikely saviors of the Brazilian Amazon. Go beyond the headlines…

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