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US Covid-19 Map by County infection/death rate

Someone here posted a link to a map that showed infection/death rates by geographic counties (not states), but I lost track of the link. My google-fu is too weak to find it on my own.

Anyone have it?

My Primary Pledge for the Duration.

After tonight I'm convinced that Biden will be our nominee. He's earned it.

I pledge I will no longer attack Biden on the issues or otherwise. As a candidate, he's earned my respect to do that.

I was on the fence for a long time between Warren and Sanders and finally got off that fence after Warren's brilliant Bloomberg takedown at the NV debate. But then she suspended her campaign soon thereafter.

I'm left with Bernie and I will happily vote for him in the GA Primary. My current choices are Biden, Gabbard, and Sanders. I wish I could still vote for Warren.

I understand that the Bernie bashing will continue as long as he is a candidate, and probably longer. Nevertheless, I'll stand down.

I hope this primary comes to a peaceful conclusion soon and we can focus on beating Trump.

Good night.

After money, politicians pay attention to voters most.

And that's why I encourage all of you to continue to vote for your preferred candidate even if they have dropped out (assuming they are still on your ballot).

Even if you are convinced that Biden will be the Democratic nominee, it will be noticed if Yang, Buttigieg, Warren, Klobuchar, Sanders, etc still get votes.

Don't vote for someone merely because you think they will be the eventual nominee. If you vote for them, they think you like them the best.

Having said that I will vote for the Democratic nominee even if I wish they had retired from politics.

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