Election resources …

First of all, True The Vote. They have a YouTube channel where they will be doing live streams from time to time all day long, and they have a toll-free hot line where anyone can report election irregularities.


Website: https://truethevote.org/

Twitter: @TrueTheVote

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrueTheVote


Beginning at 6:00 pm ET, Right Side Broadcasting will have live election coverage:


Viva Frei and Barnes Law are posting all day on locals.com. I had to sign up with locals (like you do on Facebook). If you are interested, here is the link:


Viva Frei may also post a video or two. Here’s the link:



News Max has live coverage right now:


Other who may do YouTube live streams are Dave Rubin (Rubin Report), Steven Crowder and Tim Poole (TimCast IRL), but I don’t have specific links.

Traditional news stations who will have YouTube live streams are PBS, Fox News, ABC News, NBC News, Reuters and many others. PBS starts theirs at 4:00 pm. The others start at 6:00, 6:30 or 7:00 pm.

If you have suggestions for other on-line sources, please let us know!

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33 Responses to Election resources …

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    I usually watch FOX, but have turned it off today for most shows because I get tired of the “If he wins FL, then he will only need this or that, bla, bla, bla.” I like to see what the voting lines are like, but I get that more on here. 🙂

    You know I have been having weird problems with WP for months. Well, most of them have been corrected……………so, now the “send” button is not working very well. It doesn’t want to “send”. :\

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  2. stella says:

    Daily Wire live stream:

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    We live in a gerrymandered district created in our 86% white county so that the 12% black population could have a majority district to have a black seat on the county commission. The district boundaries look like someone took a map of the county, poured coffee on it and tilted it.

    We also have new voting machines, these have a paper ballot that you ‘fill in the dots’ and have it scanned. The machine registers the dots but the paper ballot ballot is retained for any recount. Left unsaid is that the ballots are stacked in the machine in the order of the voters coming in and if you wanted to find out who ballot number, let’s say, 66 belonged to all you have to do is go to the voting sign-in log and see who voter #66 was. Just one of those things…


  4. jeans2nd says:

    Should anyone be curious as to what Stephen K Bannon may think tonight, Bannon is broadcasting starting at 6:00 p.m., in coordination with John Fredericks of WJFN Richmond (radio), and G,tv (Miles Guo, CCP dissident, in Mandarin) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVWvZFWBE9Y&feature=youtu.be

    Currently listening to WABC (NY, radio) https://wabcradio.com/, where retiring Rep Peter King had a great observation – Pres Trump controls the Republican party and the Democrat party, and Ed Cox (Pres Nixon’s son-in-law) observed that Pres Trump controls the entire show by making all things about himself (Pres Trump), forcing everyone else to abandon their own views and plans and make everything all about Pres Trump as well.

    Most radio stations are either broadcasting their own shows or their national syndicate show.

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    • Thank you for the links! I’m really lousy at figuring how to listen to the radio on a computer. We don’t get that many radio stations clearly here in NH.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Nearly all radio stations are available online for listening.
        Do a search for NH radio stations, pick the one to which you’d like to listen, and look for the “Listen online” or similar button on the webpage.
        Or, pick another state. It’s amazing how similar, and yet in some ways so very different, we are from one end of the country to the other end.

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  5. stella says:

    Polls begin to close in about 40 minutes, but don’t pay any attention to exit polls!

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  6. stella says:

    Early calls as expected: Kentucky & Indiana to Trump; Vermont & Virginia to Biden. Trump overperforming so far in rural working class areas reporting; by the way, Silver predicted Trump’s margin in rural working class Kentucky would be down double digits.


  7. stella says:

    Mitch McConnell has won his election.

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  8. stella says:

    Right now Trump is leading Biden in Michigan, but less than 2% of precincts reporting.


  9. stella says:

    Might be seeing an upset in Virginia, even though most have called the state for Biden.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Upset how?
      WJFN is one of the stations i listen, John Fredericks being one of the movers and shakers in Virginia GOP, and Fredericks says Virginia GOP is one hot mess of infighting.


      • stella says:

        Meaning that CNN and Fox already called Virginia for Biden, and now they are backing off.

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        • jeans2nd says:

          Turned on John Fredericks. Fredericks is saying this portends good not so much for Pres Trump, but means things are looking better for flipping a few House seats back to GOP, including that Spanberger lady, who stole Dave Bratt’s seat, who had defeated Eric Cantor.

          Good grief, the things that stick in my head …..smh

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  10. stella says:

    Looks like Lindsay Graham has won reelection.

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  12. jeans2nd says:

    John Fredericks in Richmond and his panel are absolutely giddy with the results so far. Bannon is ranting and raving
    Between the two extremes, general consensus is Pres Trump has a bigger win than 2016.
    How’s that for sending a message ?!?

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  13. Does anyone know what’s happening in Arizona and Iowa???


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