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    Everything is 'Peachy Dory' Before the Final Presidential Debate

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    On today's BradCast, we await the (mercifully) final Presidential Debate of 2016 to get under way in Las Vegas, as Donald Trump's poll numbers continue to plummet - even in some surprising states - but the GOP nominee continues to say all is well ("peachy dory", in fact)...except that the election is being "rigged".

    Among the many other related (and unrelated) stories covered on today's show…

    • Some good news today for voters in Kansas and Florida and maybe in Georgia (where there has been huge turnout for Early Voting);

    • Some disturbing and, so far, mysterious news about potential voter registration fraud in Indiana. (This is a good reminder to check your registration to make sure it's accurate!);

    • Some listener response to the former New Hampshire GOP official who told me on The BradCast earlier this week that he doesn't believe "the party has been pushing" phony voter fraud myths. "Please don't blame the party for institutionalizing this nonsense," he said. (Elizabeth Warren doesn't agree with him either.);

    • The amazing story of how a new "voter fraud" myth became "fact" this week amongst gullible Republicans, with the aid of rightwing;

    • Another example of how theoretically non-rightwing corporate news outlets help spread the same mythical "voter fraud" bulls**t;

    • Desi Doyen joins us for the latest Green News Report on a major new international global warming agreement and some harsh words for environmentalists from Hillary Clinton, as revealed by a new Wikileaks document;

    • And a bit of amusing listener mail. #FreeDesi!

    You can find Brad's previous editions here.

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