Election Day Preview / Tracking Results, Voting In-Person, And Avoiding Misinformation / County Registrar Check-In
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The Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance on Florin Road on day one of early voting in Sacramento County, Saturday, Oct 24, 2020.
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Election Day is tomorrow, officially ending the 2020 presidential campaign cycle. But whether the election draws to a close or not remains unknown. With one day left until election day, we take a look at the latest news on the candidates, early voting, and speculate about the results of the election.
Longtime political journalist and Ken Rudin's Political Junkie podcast host Ken Rudin previews Election Day and the latest on both the candidates and what polls are showing
CapRadio PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols checks-in with everything you need to know about in-person voting in California and how to protect yourself from election misinformation
CapRadio Data Reporter Emily Zentner on what you might expect with results on election night, what those projections mean and how CapRadio can help make sense of it
Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters Clerk-Recorder Donna Linder checks-in on how her county is managing and challenges ahead of Election Day
Butte County Clerk-Recorder Candace Grubbs on her county’s early voting, irregularities, and preparations
Washoe County Assistant Registrar of Voters Heather Carmen explains the importance of the County in winning Nevada and how 70 percent of residents have voted early