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Another week has gone by since the election and Arizona, as well as several other states, continues to count votes.

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Several of President Donald Trump’s supporters have claimed or suggested — without providing evidence — that a substantial number of votes were fraudulently cast by “dead people” in Pennsylvania.

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Reminiscent of the cliche’ “He won the battle, but lost the war,” Joe Biden may becoming a little overconfident of his assumed presidential victory.

We witnessed the FBI’s lengthy examination of President Trump’s alleged 2016 election infractions. After nearly two years, a special investigative team, led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller, finally concluded there was not sufficient evidence to charge the president.

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As President Donald Trump tells it, state COVID-19 restrictions are a partisan ploy, with Democratic governors purposely keeping their stated closed, while Republican governors are opening.

Seems nearly every day, Joe Biden’s family issues continue to mount. Especially their unbelievable ability to attract foreign monetary contributions.

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We all have them, at least given (first) names and surnames. Some birth certificates list “None” on the line for a middle name. Some people change their names legally for one reason or another.

At 3:20 p.m. Mountain Time Oct. 13 in the ballot drop box at the Larimer County Courthouse, Fort Collins, Colo., I solemnly cast my vote to consign Donald Trump to the criminal justice system.

In today’s COVID-19 environment, which makes sense --masks or no masks? Equally confusing, has the social and economic wellbeing of the country actually been more harmed by the coronavirus or government-imposed lockdowns?

At a rally in North Carolina, President Donald Trump claimed Joe Biden lives in “beautiful houses all over the place” and must be “corrupt” to afford such a lifestyle. Biden owns two homes and had some lucrative years in the private sector.

We get it. The Presidency is an important position of immense power. Voting in that election is vital and shouldn’t be skipped.