Among the stories and avalanche of news covered on today's BradCast:
- FBI Director James Comey confirms there is nothing in newly discovered emails (most of them duplicates they'd seen before) that would lead to an indictment of Hillary Clinton;
- And, no, there is no "murdered FBI agent" involved, no matter what you saw on Facebook over the weekend;
- There was also no "assassination attempt" on Trump in Reno, NV over the weekend by a Republican sign-holder despite his campaign suggesting otherwise;
- There was, however, a Trump supporter with a gun intimidating voters outside a VA polling location;
- There appears to be record early voting turnout in dozens of states, and notably in Hispanic areas, where Trump's campaign blatantly lied over the weekend about polls being kept open "illegally" after hours;
- Nathan Sproul, a long-time GOP operative whose companies have a checkered past related to voter registration fraud in several states, was secretly hired by the RNC in 2012 and then fired once more fraud allegations became public. He's now been quietly hired again by the RNC and Trump camp in 2016;
- There will be at least 868 fewer places to vote in 2016, thanks to SCOTUS gutting Voting Rights Act
- Kansas Sec. of State Kris Kobach is ordered (yet again, and hopefully once and for all!) to allow all registered voters to vote in both state and federal elections;
- North Carolina is ordered by a federal court to restore all unlawfully purged voters to the rolls before Election Day;
And, much more, as we head into Election Day together, near the end (hopefully?) one of the darkest and most insane cycles in U.S. history.
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