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Rasmussen poll: Trump 48%, Biden 45% in Ohio

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With one day until Election Day, Rasmussen Reports on Monday released its latest presidential election poll for Ohio, finding incumbent President Donald Trump to be at 48% and former Vice President Joe Biden at 45% among likely voters. This is a three-point jump for President Trump in the Buckeye State from a Rasmussen poll two weeks ago.

While many experts say that the victor of this contentious election will most likely be decided in another Rust-Belt swing state, Pennsylvania, Ohio still remains crucial for Trump keeping his seat at the Resolute desk. In 2016, Trump won Ohio by eight points, with just over 51% of the vote.

It is important to note that over 2.9 million mail-in ballots have already been returned to election clerks as of Monday, the U.S. Elections Project has reported. Rasmussen found that 60% of Ohio voters have already voted.

According to the same survey, Rasmussen found that 3% are voting for a non-major-party candidate and that 4% of likely voters are undecided.

The pollster says that there is a 3.5% margin of error with a 95% level of confidence in the survey conducted between October 31 and November 1 among 800 likely voters in Ohio.

You can follow Douglas Braff on Twitter @Douglas_P_Braff.

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Carter on Hannity: House Judiciary Committee will subpoena DOJ over Biden classified docs

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Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity to discuss the classified documents being found in multiple places of both work and residence of Joe Biden from his time in the Obama administration. Carter states “One of the big questions from the House Judiciary Committee is how did President Joe Biden’s legal team stumble upon the classified documents that were found at Biden’s former office at the Penn Biden Center.”

“Why hasn’t the FBI been vocal and transparent about the fact that they searched that office and found the classified documents on November 2nd” Carter questions. Additionally, they have not yet “disclosed to the House Committees whether or not they had searched the house in Delaware or Rehoboth Beach to the full extent,” says Carter who noted the committees wanted the information by January 27th.

Carter spoke to sources who told her they will be serving subpoenas to “personnel from the Department of Justice because Attorney General Merrick Garland has refused to answer specific questions they sent to him on January 13th.”

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