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LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Nov3--6am hour

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Washington Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, pictured here in a May 4, 2016 file photo, speaks to KVI's John Carlson on this hour of the show about the expected record setting voter turn out in today's general election and what you need to know about a practice known as "ballot harvesting" in Washington. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

6am hour -- Biden wins the tiniest first round of voting but Trump wins a slightly larger 2nd round this morning, a pollster who accurately predicted Trump's 2016 election is forecasting another Trump victory in 2020, what happens if 15% of Black voters vote for Trump, with the big attendance at Trump's rallies the last week what does that tell us about voter enthusiasm, Nigerians are rallying for Trump in Nigeria,

GUEST: WA Sec. of State, Kim Wyman, talks about expected record-setting voter turn across the state and in Eastern WA, WA voter turnout across the state could hit 90%, an explanation of vote harvesting and why its so dangerous; KVI's Lars Larson assess decriminalization of hard drugs in Oregon,


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