CA52 (San Diego): moved from Leans Democrat to Likely Democrat
SD39 (San Diego): moved from Likely Democrat to Safe Democrat
AD38 (Santa Clarita): moved from Leans Republican to Toss-Up
Happy Saturday! What a game last night between Cal and Oregon. Californians are flooding Nevada today on the state's first day of early voting. Monday is the last day to register to vote, so if you know anybody has moved recently, they need to re-register. The Secretary of State's office will be registering voters Monday between 11am and 5pm on the Capitol's north steps, and youwould-be voters can register online anytime before 11:59 Monday night.
The Internet seems to be okay this morning, although some worry that yesterday was a test run for a bigger attack on Election Day. Nobody has taken credit for the attack that left us Twitterless, Amazonless, and Netflixless for much of the day. Fortunately, it was a work day, and I'm guessing it'll go down as one of the most productive day of the year.
Cyberattacks wouldn't affect actual voting, as voting machines--even electronic ones--are not connected to the Internet. However, it could interfere with voters trying to get last-minute information on the issues or those trying to look up their polling place.
Yesterday was a big day for independent expenditures. They are list . . .