Second Presidential Debate

Tonight, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be facing off for the second and final presidential debate of this election cycle. While Biden says Trump backed out of the second debate (he did), Trump insists that the second debate was canceled (it was, after Trump backed out and Biden found something better to do) and now they are attempting to silence him by muting his mics and making him talk about the pandemic and health care and something other than Hunter Biden’s made-up emails. Since these two men had such different views of what happened with the second debate, I figured I’d take a look at how they talk about each other.

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Vice-Presidential Debate

Tonight, Kamala Harris and Mike Pence face off in Utah for a Vice Presidential debate that seems to be garnering a lot of attention. Not only has there been a fight over plexiglass barriers and greater distance separating the candidates, but also, with both Presidential candidates in their 70s, chances are surprisingly high that one of these participants might be called upon to assume the duties of the President. I pulled just the emails signed by the Vice Presidential candidates to see what their main differences were.

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Debate 9

In just a few minutes from this post going live, the ninth Democratic Presidential debates will begin on NBC. I’ll try to be live-tweeting and let you know if anyone is emailing during the debates.

For today’s charts, I decided to look at what percentages of candidate emails related to different things.

Mainly because Mike Bloomberg has only sent 68 emails to everyone else’s 1,000+.

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Debate 6

In just a few minutes from this post going live, the sixth Democratic Presidential debates will begin on PBS and CNN. I’ll try to be live-tweeting and let you know if anyone is emailing during the debates.

There has been a lot of talk about diversity on the debate stage and how the stage no longer looks like America the way the first debate did, so I figured I’d do some diversity breakdowns for us all.

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