Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald Trump are scheduled to hold their last debate next Thursday in Nashville, Tenn., with Trump trying to gain ground against an opponent who currently enjoys an 11 percent lead in the polls, according to National Public Radio. Meanwhile, state and local races are heating up with Zoom forums, live debates and town halls scheduled. That said, many have already voted (via absentee ballot) or made up their minds. Two years ago, a “blue wave” swept local Republicans out of office, but many former legislators are running again this year, hoping sentiment has shifted since 2018.

This week’s Tele-Talk question: Do you predict a red or blue wave on Nov. 3?

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Let’s make America kind again, respected again, safe and secure again, truthful and trustworthy again, and healthy again! And let’s make racism wrong again!


Well..Red & Blue = Violet/Purple Wouldn't it be nice if we had a Violet/ Purple wave?

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