This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 03:52)
Will the Election (and Ensuing Consequences) Over the Next Two Years Be Largely Determined by Rain?: The Looming Question You Probably Did Not to Wonder About
- Will Rain Affect Turnout Tomorrow? The Answer Is Cloudy. by New York Times (Eve Washington and John Keefe)
Part II (03:52 – 09:49)
The Greater the Opportunity for Mischief, The Greater Likelihood Mischief Will Happen: The Importance of Preserving the Integrity of Voting on Election Day
Part III (09:49 – 17:11)
The Culprit of Our Current Confusion of Election Integrity and Delayed Polling Results: Covid-19 — Are We Weakening American Confidence in the Political Process in a Post-Pandemic World?
Part IV (17:09 – 24:04)
‘ID Law Creates Unique Obstacles for Transgender Voters’: A Glaring and Obvious Problem But Not For the Reasons Cited in the Article
- As Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric Grows, Voter ID Laws Create Obstacles for Thousands of Transgender Voters by USA Today (Cady Stanton)
- The 2020 LGBT Vote: Preferences and characteristics of LGBT voters in the U.S. by USA Today (Cady Stanton)
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