Voter suppression and turning
Voter suppression and whether Democrats could turn some key states "blue" if suppression tactics weren't successful.
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USA TODAY's Nicquel Terry Ellis discusses voter suppression in Georgia, Texas and Arizona and whether those states could be Democratic wins if it weren't for the long lines and closed polling places. Also, Nicholas Wu talks with Phillip M. Bailey about the confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciuary Committee for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, and Nancy Pelosi defending her choice to not take a deal offered by Trump and Republicans for more coronavirus stimulus.
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USA TODAY Washington Bureau chief Susan Page returns to the show to discuss whether the final presidential debate will provide any clarity to the thin slice of undecided voters in America, and whether dueling town halls better serve the voters than another official debate.
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