Peter Rempel had every intention of taking his mail ballot with him as he evacuated, but "that got left on the dining room table."
Democrat Sheryl Cole tweeted: "This is a 1st for me - but we just cancelled a joint event...due to security reasons. Unfortunately, Pro-Trump Protestors have escalated well beyond safe limits."
Although the investigation remains ongoing, USPS special agents confirmed to Newsweek that they located 48 pieces of election mail.
The most recent poll, conducted by Bluegrass Community and Technical College, showed Amy McGrath trailing Mitch McConnell in the Kentucky Senate race by 10 percentage points.
Forty-eight percent of people said they would vote for Trump if the election were held that day, compared to the 47 percent who chose Biden.
"I think this is an isolated incident and we don't believe that anyone is in any immediate danger," a Dickinson Police officer said.
"Led by a relentless agenda of deregulation and dysregulation, America has retreated from its once prominent position of leadership and abandoned its beneficence," the journal states.
"We need to end the China virus lockdown, and only work sets you free. Let's get everyone back to work, let's get our economy growing again," Corey Lewandowski said.
"I think for many, many years the Democratic Party has not paid the kind of attention to working-class needs that they should've," the Vermont senator said.
"Utah is in a very serious situation. COVID-19 is the most devastating when hospitals are overwhelmed and unable to provide good care to everyone who needs it," Governor Gary Herbert tweeted.
"My tweet intended to educate the American people that borders matter and the great things done by the men and women of CBP and [the Department of Homeland Security] as a whole," Mark Morgan said.
Forty-nine percent of respondents said they were more likely to vote for an unnamed Democratic U.S. House of Representatives candidate than an unnamed Republican candidate.
"When you fill out your own ballot, ask yourself, 'Who will best restore decency and civility to the White House? Who can I be proud to tell my children and grandchildren I voted for?'" Jeff Flake said.
DeVos has held the position for less than four years. Either she or her department have been sued once every three days of her tenure.
"Trump's plan was to crush immigrant children, tearing them from their parent's arms, locking them in cages," the ad's narrator states.
Like many states in the U.S., Michigan recently hit a daily record of coronavirus cases, recording 1,747 new cases on October 19. Tuesday marks the 14th day in the row in which daily cases have been above 1,200.
The fire has burned through 11,199 acres and is only 5 percent contained.
Harrison, former chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party, has gained national recognition for his fight to unseat Graham, who has served in the U.S. Senate since 2003.
"That's all I hear about now. That's all I hear. Turn on television—'COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID, COVID.' A plane goes down. 500 people dead, they don't talk about it," the president said.
According to the United States Elections Project, 1,461,135 Pennsylvanians have mailed in their ballots as of October 23.
With its 38 electoral votes—the second-largest of any state—Texas is a key prize in the November 3 election.
"Look around and look hard, because you can be a part of a great national effort to find the president's health-care plan," the newscaster joked. "We know it's out there because he told us."
"There is a profound difference between what will happen in this country if there are four more years of this president or if Joe Biden becomes president," the former Democratic presidential candidate said.
Newsweek analyzed recent polling data from nine of the battleground states deemed most essential to both Biden and Trump in their hopes to secure the presidency.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly accused Biden of embracing a single-payer system in which essential health care is covered for all Americans by only one public option.
"I loved it, it was vibrant," President Donald Trump said during Thursday's debate. "It's dying, everyone's leaving New York."
"Yes, we raised $57 million, but we spent $60 million," Harrison said. "But that is what we had to do in order to get this thing to toss-up status, in order to bridge the gap."
"You said the other day to suburban women, 'Will you please like me, will you please—,'" Stahl said before Trump cut her off, calling her remarks "misleading."
Fox News conducted statewide surveys of likely voters in four key battleground states ahead of the November 3 election, finding that Joe Biden received the majority of support in all but one.
Just 21 percent of likely voters said they're supporting President Donald Trump's re-election.