Scott Braddock Talks Undecided Voters, Debates, & Mail in Ballots
Friday on KFYO Mornings with Dave King and Matt Martin, editor of the Quorum Report Scott Braddock joined Matt Martin to talk about the upcoming presidential election, undecided voters, the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates, mail in ballots, Ken Paxton, and more.
Scott Braddock started the discussion by talking about the elections being just around the corner. Braddock talked about how there are not many people who have not already made up their minds about who they want to vote for, because most people vote on their core beliefs, if they are a Democrat or a Republican. But there are still those who are undecided voters, and prefer to wait and find out who they think they can trust and will decide more in the moment who they want to believe in. Additionally, Braddock talked about how in elections like these, sometimes people wait until the last moment because you never know what will happen, saying,
You never know what these latest developments are going to be... It's 2020. No matter what crazy thing does happen, the very next day something even crazier will happen every time.
Braddock also discussed the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates that took place recently. When asked what he thought about the Vice Presidential debate, Scott said that it was not quite the "food fight" that was seen previously between Trump and Biden. He went on to say that while it was more civil, that some rules were still broken. When talking about the Presidential debate, Braddock says that he knows many who were quite embarrassed by Trump's behavior during the debate, and have even taken their Trump signs out of their yards. Despite this, he still expects them to vote for Trump.
Scott also discussed the lawsuit at the Texas Supreme Court and controversy lately over mail in ballots. Many have questioned whether Governor Abbott has the authority to make changes to how voting in this election will go, such as enforcing a limited number of drop off locations. Braddock believed that whether Abbott has the authority to do so or not, that he probably shouldn't make any changes so close to the election.
Read more stories at quorumreport.com and watch the full interview with Scott Braddock in the video above.