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Trump Overtakes Biden 1 Week prior to election in the Latest National Survey

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Trump Overtakes Biden 1 Week prior to election in the Latest National Survey

A recent poll found President Donald Trump in the final week of the 2020 election, leading Democratic President nominee Joe Biden by one point nationwide, mainly turning the race into a tossup.

A Monday poll released by President Rasmussen Reports finding that Trump is 48% to 47% ahead of Biden nationally. There were two hundred undecided.

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In addition, the President’s approval is relatively stable at 52 percent, according to Rasmussen.

“It is nightmare, President Trump just barely ahead of the White House Watch survey of the Rasmussen reports,” said the pollster.

Oct. 21-22 and 25 by mobile and on-line interviewed 1,500 probable voters Rasmussen. A margin of error of more or less 2.5 points is recorded in the survey.

The poll in Rasmussen definitely differs from those in other national elections, most still having Biden a strong lead for just 8 days before the 3rd November election.

For instance, the average Real Clear Policy is 7.9 points for the Democratic party.

You assume that President Donald Trump is going to be re-elected?

The Biden is shown by double numbers in four main polls on the RCP average. In each survey Quinnipiac, CNBC / Change Research and SurveyUSA, it is 10 points that lead Trump and 12 points in the USC Dornsife poll. In the last week, all four have been done.

Rasmussen is the only pollster to suggest Trump’s lead in the RCP average, but it lies within the range of error of the survey.

Here, however, is an important piece of information: Rasmussen had just a few weeks ago the chairman to Biden with 12 dots.

In the survey, the Democrat candidate increased 3 points on Wednesday, up from 49% to 46%.

“Biden had a 12-point advantage two weeks ago,” Rasmussen remarked. He was eight in front a week ago. For the first time in a month, the support for Biden dropped below 50%.

The Monday survey now shows Trump a 1-point lead after Biden has had a scandalous week and a vigorous final debate, in which the President picked him up and exposed himself with cool and calculated radicalism about American oil.

Although Biden has a seemingly insurmountable lead for the most successful pollsters, Rasmussen was one of them just weeks ago.

Now a close race is found.

It should be remembered that in the 2016 pollster Rasmussen won his “last poll” and that he was the nearest of all pollsters who chose Hillary Clinton correctly for popular vote during the presidential election of that year.

The average for the RCP in October 2016 was 3.3 points higher for Hillary Clinton, the then-Democratic nominee.

Clinton had only 1,7 points for Rasmussen, and at the time she lost the Electoral College, by 2.1 points she secured the popular election.

The pollster does not have to share his reputation with others.

We will know soon who’s looked at the race most accurately.

The pollster showed that Trump had already made unparalleled rounds last week with black voters.

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The latest results from Rasmussen are fantastic news if you are in the corner of Trump, but for the President or his supporters, they should not be the reason to rejoice.

They must be taken as a sign that this race is far from over and that it is more important than ever to go out and vote and inspire others to do the same.

We don’t know what the internal polls of every camp say, but the president is here.

If a premature victory is taken, Trump’s critical votes in an election could cost himself.

 

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Broncos’ Mike Boone on backup running back duties: “Whenever they call my number, I’ll be there”

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Broncos’ Mike Boone on backup running back duties: “Whenever they call my number, I’ll be there”

Mike Boone’s first season in Denver certainly hasn’t gone the way the running back planned.

Signed to a two-year deal in the offseason with $2.6 million guaranteed for 2021, Boone suffered a severe quad injury during a joint preseason practice in Minnesota. He finally made his Broncos debut in Week 6, but mostly as an expensive special teams player for his first four games before finally getting a shot at tailback against Kansas City.

Coach Vic Fangio said Boone — playing behind rookie Javonte Williams on Sunday because of hip/shoulder injuries to Melvin Gordon — graded out solidly after rushing for 35 yards on four carries, along with a 19-yard catch.

“He hadn’t played in a live game since (Aug. 12) with Minnesota — he had no preseason action, no carries or catches in any of the games this year,” Fangio said. “Under those circumstances in an important (divisional) game like that, I think he played really well.”

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Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreading at low levels in Boulder, wastewater data shows

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Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreading at low levels in Boulder, wastewater data shows

The Boulder County resident who tested positive for the omicron variant of COVID-19 after traveling abroad likely isn’t the only person in the community who has it, and the public should keep taking precautions against the virus, state health officials said.

The delta variant still accounts for the vast majority of COVID-19 cases in Colorado. The state has confirmed two cases of the new omicron variant, both in people who had recently traveled to southern Africa, but a sampling of Boulder’s municipal wastewater system picked up some of the variant’s distinctive mutations, state epidemiologist Dr. Rachel Herlihy said at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.

Wastewater testing can’t pinpoint how many people may be infected, but the results suggest more than one person likely has omicron, Herlihy said. However, it doesn’t appear to be widespread in Boulder.

“There’s probably some low level of community transmission,” she said.

The first omicron infection in Colorado was confirmed in an Arapahoe County resident, but state officials have not reported any spread related to that case.

Herlihy urged people who develop COVID-19 symptoms or know they were exposed to get a PCR test, which looks for the virus’s genetic material. While at-home rapid tests are a good screening tool, the state can’t use them to track which variants are spreading in the community, she said.

“Our detection system only works if people get tested,” she said.

So far, omicron doesn’t appear to be causing more hospitalizations in South Africa — where it was first confirmed — than previous versions of SARS-CoV-2, which is “reassuring so far,” Herlihy said.

It does seem to be spreading more rapidly than the delta variant, but it’s not clear if that’s because it’s more contagious, or because it’s better at infecting people who are vaccinated or who have recovered from COVID-19 infection via another variant. It’s possible both could be factors, but the world won’t know with certainty for a few weeks.

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Longtime family-owned Stevinson Automotive sells to Georgia-based company

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Longtime family-owned Stevinson Automotive sells to Georgia-based company

The family-owned and operated Stevinson Automotive, in business in Colorado for 59 years, has sold its eight dealerships to Georgia-based Asbury Automotive Group.

Charles “Chuck” Stevinson took over a Chevrolet dealership in Golden and opened a Toyota dealership in 1970. The company opened the first Lexus dealership in Colorado in 1989  and a companion Lexus franchise in 2006.

Stevinson acquired the Hyundai franchise in Longmont in 2011.

“For a family business like ours with long-term roots in the Denver community, making the decision to sell, and identifying the right buyer, were critical to me and my brothers.” Kent Stevinson, the automotive group’s president, said in a statement.

Kerrigan Advisors represented Stevinson in the transaction and said the company is the largest privately owned dealership group based in Denver. Stevinson has more than 600 employees.

“The Denver market is one of the most economically vibrant in the U.S. and an ideal market for strong automotive brands, such as those represented by Stevinson Automotive,” said Ryan Kerrigan, managing director of Kerrigan Advisors.

Asbury, which operates 101 dealerships nationwide, said the acquisition will add $715 million in annualized revenue to the company.

“We are thrilled to add to our growing footprint in the dynamic and growing Denver area, especially through a well-respected and successful dealership group like Stevinson,” David Hult, Asbury president and CEO, said in a statement.

Earlier this year, Kent Stevinson was inducted into the inaugural Colorado Automotive Hall of Fame.  In 2020, Kent Stevinson, his brother, Greg Stevinson, and his father, Charles Stevinson, were named to the Colorado Business Hall of Fame.

Greg Stevinson assumed chief responsibility for the family’s real estate holdings.

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