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Tarrant County launches new website that allows voters to check wait times at county polling locations

Tarrant County voters can cast their ballot at any polling location for the 2020 election. The new website is color-coded based on wait times.

Tarrant County launched a new website, allowing voters to check wait times at county polling locations.

Tarrant County voters can cast their ballot at any polling location for the 2020 election. The new website is color-coded based on wait times.

At one point Tuesday morning, the website showed over an hour-long wait for the Villages of Woodland Springs polling location. That’s one of three early voting locations that was affected after a poll worker tested positive for COVID-19.

The Tarrant County Elections Office said in a statement that they found out about the poll worker’s positive test last night. That worker was trained on Oct. 8.

“Out of an abundance of caution, all workers that were in the same training class were asked to stay home

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New chef up for a Monster challenge | The Canberra Times

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Monster Kitchen and Bar’s new executive chef, Paul Wilson, knows he’s got his work cut out for him, taking over one of the top kitchens in town just as Ovolo Hotels announce all its restaurants and bars across Australia and Hong Kong are going vegetarian for 365 days. “I know I can cook meat, I know I can cook fish, I’ve been doing it for the last 15 years,” he says. “But having to think about our new menu, the new approach, is exciting, being able to use everything I’ve learned about cooking vegetables and to make them the star of the show, I’m really looking forward to it.” Wilson is new to Canberra, Australian-born he’s spent time working overseas, most notably at Geranium in Denmark, rated as one of the world’s best restaurants. He was on holidays in Copenhagen and dined

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Power Up: A VP debate for the times: Pence and Harris face off as White House coronavirus outbreak expands

All this makes the stakes especially high for Vice President Pence, 61, and Sen. Kamala Harris, 55, who will face off tonight for the first time to defend the policies and records of their candidates. These are some key measures of success for both sides, according to sources close to both campaigns: 

Can Pence spin the White House coronavirus outbreak that infected at least 18 people in contact with Trump? 

Trump’s No. 2 – and head of the White House coronavirus task force – will almost certainly be forced to address the outbreak that’s ensnared the president, along with the administration’s handling of the pandemic that has killed nearly 210,000 people in the United States. “Pence’s challenge is to explain what happened in the last few days and defend it,a Trump campaign source told Power Up.

  • You wonder why [Trump’s] numbers with seniors are hurting? You have
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