** SELECT LOCAL, STATE, NATIONAL NEWS **
+ Thurston Auditor: Commission candidate Michael Steadman remains ahead of Gary Edwards by 94 votes.
+ YCS: November is Month of the Military Child
+ The Olympian: Thurston home sales soar, median price climbs higher in October
+ Tacoma News-Trib: State health officials share studies providing guidance on resuming in-person school – Without proper countermeasures when schools open, 45% of teachers and staff and 33% of students could become infected in the first three months.
+ The Motley Fool: Boeing Reportedly Sells Yacht as Part of Cost-Cutting Campaign
+ National Archives: Electoral College Timeline of Events
+ KOMO radio: Retired Four-Star General Barry McCaffrey on the possible resignation of Defense Secretary
+ NYT: USC Study Considers a Link Between QAnon and Polling Errors
** CORONAVIRUS NEWS **
Friday’s 1,691 was WA’s. highest single-day total virus cases since the pandemic began.
As COVID-19 surges, conservatives are paying a deadly price for listening to Trump and Fox News
U.S. Right to Know Sues NIH for Documents about Origins of SARS-CoV-2
** TRUMP IN THE NEWS **
Mark Meadows, Trump’s Chief of Staff, 2 other staff have Coronavirus
Trump has told people he has no plans to concede even if his path to victory is blocked
US networks pull the plug on Trump’s live address due to ‘lies’
Fox News orders anchors not to call Joe Biden ‘President-Elect’ after it calls the election
Some QAnon followers have become agitated since Election Day, and some called for armed conflict, as long-promised prophecies about a landslide Trump victory and mass arrests of Democrats did not come to pass.
ADL asks Pelosi, McCarthy to keep QAnon-backing lawmakers off committees
Trump’s power on Twitter, Facebook will outlive his presidency
WaPo: Trumpism is a lifestyle disease, chronic in America [“ugliness”]
The Russians have no need to spread misinformation. Trump and his allies are doing it for them
A viral Facebook group from pro-Trump activists pushed misinformation [called for violence and a civil war]. Then Facebook stepped in.
Greta Thunberg trolled President Trump by recycling his previous insults against her, telling him to ‘work on his anger management problem’