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So while they may lean to voting Trump in polls I think that their actual incentive to actually vote Nice Never Underestimate An Old Man Who Loves Skiing And Was Born In November Shirt is far, far less. Also, it might convince some Republicans to not vote by mail who don’t end up going to the polls. So I better not.” I was going to vote either way, originally mail-in absentee because I’m high risk. But I’m not risking any part of it having anything to do with the mail, so I’m going to do absentee in-person voting. Thanks, Trump! This is why whenever someone said Biden had an enthusiasm gap I pointed out.

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I think Trump’s covert attempts to with mail-in voting is far more effective at driving to in-person  Nice Never Underestimate An Old Man Who Loves Skiing And Was Born In November Shirts voting than his bashing of mail-in voting is to his supporters. The things that drive turnout are fear, anger, and hatred. Candidates whose voters have high enthusiasm never drive additional turnout. It why the Republican’s outrage machine causes Republicans to turn out in higher amounts than Democrats. This is why whenever someone said Biden had an enthusiasm gap. I pointed out they don’t have to vote for him enthusiastically as long as they vote against Trump enthusiastically. Though I’m unaffiliated, so I wouldn’t.

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