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  • To the contrary: I loathe nearly all ridiculous election stories before the election is decided. "Polls show X has 45.3924 % of the vote if the election were to take place today instead of a year from now, when it's really going to be held." So what? That's not news. That's someone's guess - AND - we can be practically certain that the guess is WRONG. It's not news. It's political advertising. All such garbage "fake news" should be recognized as such. *** What IS news preceding an election? Tell us who's running. Tell us their position on various issues. Tell us the scandals that they have ACTUALLY BEEN CONVICTED of. Televise any debates. Tell us what day the primaries are and what day the actual election is. FINALLY...tell us what the final results are. For the looky-loos (not for me), go ahead and publish the partial results the day the election is going on as it goes on. (That's really news, even if it's pointless and boring news.) Then publish the final results of the election.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)

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