Joe Biden’s popular vote lead is now larger than the populations of these 22 states

first_img– Advertisement – Connecticut, Utah, Iowa, Nevada, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Idaho, West Virginia, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Maine, Montana, Rhode Island, Delaware, South Dakota, North Dakota, Alaska, Vermont, and Wyoming. Connecticut’s population is around 3,563,080 and Wyoming’s is around 567,025. In fact, you could take the populations of South Dakota, North Dakota, Alaska, Vermont, and Wyoming, add them up and still not reach the difference in people who have preferred Joe Biden to Donald Trump.If (and when) Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States of America, the Republican Party will predictably do what they have always done for the last 40-odd years or so, and pretend that new rules of compromise exist and, most importantly, that the Democratic Party and Joe Biden does not have a mandate. However, this lie, while repeated often by GOP operatives, is still a lie. The numbers and the facts are in. The majority of the country wants new leadership and it is the Republican Party that needs to find compromises it can live with or we will be forced to go it alone.  As of right now, the list includes in descending or from largest population to smallest:Campaign Action- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Clarion Gaming and GamblingCompliance join SBC’s Sports Betting Week

first_img Submit Share Khalid Ali, IBIA: Tackling sports betting corruption December 18, 2019 Share The sports betting world will be descending on London this September for a series of events, exhibitions and networking functions, exploring the future of sports betting, innovation, marketing and regulation.Sports Betting Week (12-15 September) sees three of the industry’s key information providers – Clarion Gaming, SBC Events & GamblingCompliance – present the industry with a week’s worth of high quality conference & exhibition events in one of  the most exciting cities in the world.The first conference that kicks off the week will be WrB London – Responsible Gambling Innovation, on Tuesday 12 September at the OXO2 Tower, organised by the Most Respected Events Business (as awarded by the 2017 AEO Awards) Clarion Events. This year, WrB London will be exploring market developments with even more conceptual, technical and important discussion around how the gambling industry and its stakeholders can thrive and prosper with responsible gambling.Responsible gambling technology advances are moving at a rapid pace, this combined with gaming’s adoption of CSR and transparency, is making RG a key theme for multiple departments within businesses. The 2017 edition will set the tone for the responsible gambling agenda for the next 12 months.The next event to be hosted as part of the week of Betting and Gaming in London will be, Betting on Sports, taking place on the 12-15 September at Olympia Conference Centre, Kensington, organised by SBC Events, who host and organise some of the largest sports betting events in the industry.With over 1,200 senior executives, 150 leading speakers, 50 exhibitors and a plethora of conferences and tracks available, Betting on Sports 2017 is a must-attend event for members of the sports betting industry and those that deal with the sector. The event focuses on everything related to sports and betting, including Esports, Racing, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Tennis, Golf, Darts, Rugby and more.The event starts out with a pre-registration networking party at Hilton Hotel Olympia on Tuesday 12th September, with two full days of conference and exhibition on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th and networking parties in the evening.London’s week of Betting and Gaming will be closed with a conference hosted by GamblingCompliance, the leading provider of legal, regulatory and business intelligence to the gambling industry,  on Friday 15 September at the Hilton Hotel Olympia. GCRB: Germany in Focus – Sports Betting, Licensing & Tax will provide delegates with an insight into the current state of legislation in the country and examining the implications of the recent move by .Schleswig-Holstein to pull out of the Interstate Treaty for Gambling.Rasmus Sojmark, CEO & Founder of SBC, stated: “It’s a pleasure to partner with Clarion Gaming and GamblingCompliance to help us with our vision for Sports Betting Week – a series of sports betting related events and topics in London for senior industry decision makers. We have worked very hard to ensure that the events complement each other to create value for all industry stakeholders, including operators, suppliers, service providers, affiliates, media and the sports industry.”Buy your tickets for SBC’s Betting on Sports Conference and Exhibition hereBuy your tickets for WrB London – Responsible Gambling Innovation hereBuy your tickets for GamblingCompliance’s GCRB: Germany in Focus – Sports Betting, Licensing & Tax StumbleUpon Ben Keith, Star Sports: racing must be diverse, fun, and welcoming January 22, 2020 Related Articles Covid concerns see Clarion Gaming move ICE 2021 to April    July 15, 2020last_img read more

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