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Today brings bad news, good news, and more good news. On the bad news front, it’s the second anniversary of my cancer diagnosis. Boo! On the good news front, it’s been two years and I’m still alive and kicking. On the more good news front, here are the three latest polls out today:

This post is dedicated to my sister, who calls every day wanting to know if Donald Trump is really going to lose. Oh yes indeed. He’s really going to lose. I hope these poll results are enough to bring peace and serenity to Drum households everywhere.

By the way, I attribute Hillary Clinton’s strong results to her consistent outreach to women and her newfound outreach to cats. Until recently, our cats didn’t care. But now they do—the female of the species, anyway. Here is Hopper diligently keeping an eye out for ruffians who might be inclined to vandalize a, um, local resident’s Hillary yard sign.

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