Record voting numbers continue to rise over the weekend

Former Vice President Joe Biden remains ahead in the polls but his campaign blasted a note to supporters urging them to vote in spite of the polls reminding people of the upset from 2016.
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streets to make their voices heard. Let's go to Rachael Scott, good morning. Good morning the president campaigning in two states seeing a rise in coronavirus cases. And taking on Gretchen Whitmer for her lock down restrictions that was at the center of a plot to kidnap her. President trump railing against the governor grichen Whitmer. You have to get your governor to open up your state, okay? Lock them all up. The president on the attack criticizing the restrictions that Whitmer put in place in the pandemic and downplaying the threat to her safety. I guess they say she was threatened, right? She was threatened. And she blamed me. According to the FBI the suspects charged in that kidnapping scheme were angry over the governor's measures. The attorneys for the suspects say it was just talk. Whitmer responding saying this is the rhetoric that put me, my family, and other officials lives in danger. 24 hours earlier, the governor campaigning with Joe Biden, accusing the president of fanning the flames of hatred and division. When the president says "Liberate Michigan, that was the call that was heard. President trump touching down in Wisconsin where he won by 23,000 votes, praising the officers that responded to the arrest. The former vice president off of the trail on Saturday deploying former primary rivals instead. On November 3rd we will hold trump accountable. More than 26 million Americans have cast their ballot from coast to coast. Long lines in New Mexico and Louisiana. This is the first time I ever saw a line like this. And this is history. Joe Biden's campaign ahead in the polls. They are warning them not to get complacent. They're saying if there is anything that the party learned it is not to under estimate president trump. Rachael Scott, thank you so much.

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