It was revealed the allegations were part of a coordinated political attack against Morse, which he addressed during his Tuesday remarks. And though he said he was “inclined to ultimately permit the withdrawal,” he warned: “Defendants must realize that a change in counsel does not create a clean slate for a party to proceed as if prior representations made to the Court were not in fact made.”. This new Commonwealth Court suit comes after the Post Office warned Pennsylvania and other states that it couldn't meet the ballot delivery and return timetables in place for the election. The tour comes as some students in some counties throughout Florida returned to in-person instruction this week and as North Carolina entered Phase 2.5 of re-opening Monday. To meet the Sept. 30 deadline Mr. Ross had ordered, the Census Bureau scaled back some verification procedures. What’s next? Overall, 46% of precincts did not match.
Joe Biden spoke and took questions for almost 40 minutes this afternoon in Wilmington, Delaware, focusing on the "national emergency" facing schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, CBS News campaign reporter Bo Erickson reports. I'm a new Census Enumerator employee and can't figure out where info is on my iphone about when my shift starts today? If Joseph R. Biden Jr. wins the presidency, he could face limited options to reverse it, potentially leaving the fate of the census and reapportionment in the hands of the House.
The attorney general suggested people were making too big a deal of it. "To Ellie and James, who probably will not see this until tomorrow and won't understand it for a long time, if there's one message from your dad tonight, always spend your life in the ring," Kennedy said. The Victory Fund, a political arm for the LGBTQ community, said the "efforts to sensationalize and weaponize Alex's sexual orientation certainly influenced the outcome of this race." Her endorsement energized many young voters who contributed to Tuesday night's outcome. © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. “We are eager to answer questions from any and all data users at length,” he stated. (Read more about Counting Young Children.). "It is worth the fight.". Christian Monterrosa for The New York Times.
told Ross, “You lied to Congress, you misled the American people, and you are complicit in the Trump administration’s intent to suppress the growing political power of the non-white population.” Strong accusations such as these deserve a rebuke from congressional leaders and an apology for the embattled commerce secretary. But though this probably isn’t impossible, it’s easier said than done, especially at this late date. It’s not unusual for American presidents to keep their health under wraps, but the Trump administration is handling it a little differently. Is it owned by you or someone in this household free and clear (without a mortgage or loan)?
Though the census doesn’t officially kick off until early 2020, forms have to printed months ahead of time, and that process has already begun (without the blocked question). The most consequential decision appears yet to come. sudden order by Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr. tallied 99.9 percent of all the nation’s households, If he loses the election, Trump mused Friday, ‘Maybe I’ll have to leave the country.’. The 2020 Census will inform hundreds of billions in federal funding, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade. Good elections often get heated, but I'm grateful for the debate.". Mr. Trump also attacked Democrats for never saying "anything bad about" the protesters in cities like Portland and Kenosha. New evidence surfaced that Thomas Hofeller, a Republican operative and redistricting expert who died last year, “played a crucial role in the Trump administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census,” as the New York Times reported. Here’s why that could cost her. The reason: They are here illegally, are not citizens, and fear possible action to send them back to their home countries.