The Daily Populous

Sunday November 1st, 2020 day edition

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Biden staff call 911 after bus swarmed by Trump supporters on Texas highway.

According to the Biden campaign, the vehicles surrounded the bus, trying to slow it down in the middle of the highway or run it off the road.

Biden staff notified 911 and local law enforcement, and, they reported, local law enforcement helped the bus to reach its Austin destination.

Neither Former Vice President Joe Biden nor California Sen. Kamala Harris were on the bus, CNN reports.

“Rather than engage in productive conversation about the drastically different visions that Joe Biden and Donald Trump have for our country, Trump supporters in Texas instead decided to put our staff, surrogates, supporters, and others in harm’s way,” Tariq Thowfeek, Texas communications director of the Biden campaign, said in a statement Saturday.

The state party and the Biden campaign did not seek to draw much attention to the highway encounter between the Biden-Harris bus and one of the car caravans of Trump supporters that have come to be known as Trump Trains.

They included Dr. Eric Cervini, a historian and author from Los Angeles who came to Texas to help the Biden campaign. »

What Is Segmented Sleep and Is It Healthy?

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And watch out for warning signs that this alternate sleep schedule is putting you in a funk.

Collapse into bed in the late evening, then spend the next 8 hours -- if we're lucky -- dreaming and snoring until the alarm rings.

It's called segmented sleep , and there's a lot of buzz that it's the way to go in today's fast-paced world. »

Critical mail delays hit swing states ahead of US election

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About 170,000 Detroiters, who are overwhelmingly Democratic, have requested absentee ballots ahead of the election.

(The Guardian is tracking mail-in ballots in critical swing states here.).

“The postal service cannot substantiate that your test represents a reasonable approximation of election mail,” Johnson wrote. »