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Robert Draper writes for Texas Monthly that while it seems likely President Trump will win Texas, trends are pointing toward the state becoming more and more politically competitive. The Texas Tribune reports that Biden has struggled to win over Latino voters, who would be a key demographic in any chance he has turning Texas blue. And a CNN political analyst breaks down why Republican dominance in the state has weakened.
The Washington Post explains why either presidential candidate could win Georgia this year.
Daily Beast reporter Pilar Melendez has the story of the criminal sex cult NXIVM and the yearslong legal battle that resulted in its founder, Keith Raniere, being sentenced to 120 years in prison.
The Los Angeles Times has a write-up of the Dodgers’ championship win in Game 6 of the World Series. The L.A. Times also explains why the victory was bittersweet, with veteran star Justin Turner benched after receiving a positive COVID-19 test.
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