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I’m trying to encourage as many of you as possible to immediately join me there as I may not stay at Facebook or Twitter if they continue censoring me.
There are a number of possible explanations, but one major difference was a huge last-minute investment in ads that encouraged turnout by Republicans.
The league and players constantly encouraged viewers to vote.
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube’s owner, Google, made a number of accommodations, including limiting some political ads and encouraging voter registration.
Teams have been encouraged to have players wear masks while on the sideline and in locker rooms.
When Lois decided she wanted to go back to school in the 1960s, Eberhard encouraged her.
The president used his election night megaphone to declare victory, urge a halt to the vote count and encourage lawsuits to challenge ballots expected to break against him.
Flores also hopes that the board will consider other housing-related policies — like rent control — to “stem the bleeding in poor neighborhoods,” as well as zoning changes and new requirements of developers to encourage more housing construction.
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Moles questioned why there had ever been ever been a height limit in the neighborhood in the first place while Garcia said he had been encouraged by what he had learned about the community’s plans for the area.
Campbell hasn’t gone that far, but she was happy to confirm to us that she’s running, and laid out what she’d like to do with the job and some of the groups that encouraged her to go for it.

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