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The AP is taking the new step of publishing stories explaining how its experts called a race or why they’re holding back in a tight contest.
It’s more common to hold governors’ races during midterm elections, so the few gubernatorial contests held in presidential election years sometimes get overlooked while the spotlight is trained on races for federal office.
No such contests are currently scheduled, according to the state website.
Decorating your home is a pretty safe bet, as are carving pumpkins, setting up a Halloween scavenger hunt for your kids at home, and having a virtual costume contest with friends.
Both teams have strong playoff odds — each sits in excess of 94 percent — but the contest could have huge implications on not just the AFC North derby but also the all-important race for the AFC’s top overall seed.
A toss-up race is likely to have two candidates who have raised more money than many other candidates in less-competitive contests.
HOW TO FOLLOW A LOCAL POLITICAL RACEBY CYNTHIA GORDY GIWAOCTOBER 29, 2020PROPUBLICA
Head for Brightwood Park, where the soothing, Bob Ross-inspired Happy Trees Harvest Festival offers cider-pressing demonstrations, costume contests for kids and dogs, and limited-edition ciders to sample.
The last few months of the pandemic have taught this lesson, and the contest with China in the years to come will hammer it home.
Soon after they finished building their CNN, another CNN called AlexNet made a name for itself at an annual image recognition contest.
Measure C would change the electoral process so that school board candidates only run in their sub-district – this is how City Council races and most other contests work – in general elections.

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