Don't forget to vote if you haven't already, folks:
Interviewing folks at the polls this AM, something I've done for years. Two folks told me they voted for Biden this morning, one for Warren. One person gave me the finger when I introduced myself as a reporter, drove away in a Prius with a Bernie sticker. #SuperTuesday #NCPol
— JoekillianPW (@JoekillianPW) March 3, 2020
And be nice to the poll workers and reporters...
— NC Zero (@NC_Zero) March 2, 2020
It's not fear of religion, it's fear of the consequences when our leaders place so much faith in it. Huge difference.
— OldDominionBlue (@Jaegersmomma) March 2, 2020
Don't waste your breath on Mark Johnson. He wouldn't know a good policy move if it crawled into his lap and gave him a big, wet kiss.
— Joe Bearden (@GrayHairJoe) March 2, 2020
A closer look:
Jeff Tittel, senior chapter director of the New Jersey Sierra Club, has watched DuPont's moves with concern. "They are setting up other companies to take the fall on liabilities that won't have enough money, so even if people win lawsuits, they will get nothing or very little," he said.
PFAS are not regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency under the Safe Drinking Water Act and their side effects are still being understood by scientists and the public. In February, the EPA put out a proposal to regulate two of the most common PFAS chemicals found in drinking water and is asking for comment on how to monitor them.
On Wednesday, the EPA disclosed it "has multiple criminal investigations underway concerning PFAS-related pollution." The agency did not identify the entities being investigated and it could not be determined if DuPont is one of them.
Thus the creation of the company known as Chemours...
— Real Facts NC (@RealFactsNC) March 2, 2020
Because if people knew where all the coal ash got sent, they would know where to test for groundwater contamination. And all the lies and misdirection about coal ash would be much harder to sell to regulators, the general public, and even their stockholders.
Voter ID would help with election integrity. Remember the 2016 election which had foreigners voting and others who were voting illegally? The people of NC want Voter ID and it just makes good sense. https://t.co/gxNmJkLhUm #ncga #ncpol
— Holly Grange (@RepHollyGrange) March 2, 2020
I don't remember that, because it was a right-wing construct, not actual history. Nice try, Holly.
— Dawn B. Vaughan (@dawnbvaughan) March 2, 2020
Does that even need to be said? I mean, come on...
— Reuben Jones (@ReubenJones1) March 2, 2020
That's a lot of idiots, right there. And a lot of Chinese-manufactured MAGA hats. Somebody should dress up in CDC full-coverage regalia, and announce over a bullhorn, "Please check your hats for country of origin. If it's China, please line up over to your left and wait for the buses."
While it is sad to see people ending their campaigns, I am inspired by the courage it took to stand up for your beliefs. Thank you @PeteButtigieg @amyklobuchar please keep up the good work you have been doing for our country. #ncpol #GOTV
— ncforjen (@ncforjen) March 2, 2020
If you haven't voted yet, you may want to wait until 7:29 p.m. and then jump in line. But this is probably what you need:
It's been a long, painful Primary...
Good afternoon, #ncpol.
This is your daily reminder that @markrobinsonNC is a fraud.
-He doesnt pay his taxes
-He didnt have a gun when he gave his speech
-He lies about endorsements
-He spends campaign dollars on clothing and withdraws cash#MarkRobinsonIsAFraud #SheriffGate
— Tar Heel Billy (@billy_heel) March 2, 2020
When "He didn't have a gun when he gave his speech" is considered a legitimate complaint, you might have completely lost your mind.
— Bobby Savoy (@BobbySavoyBats) March 3, 2020
Symbolic of the entire Trump Presidency. Selfish, wasteful, and left for somebody else to clean up. On that disgusting note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) February 29, 2020
Taking away his damn IPhone would be a great start...