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A compilation of quotations on a variety of issues by national, state and regional writers, well-known personalities, just plain everyday people and from various publications collected by the editors of THE ADVANCE.

Quotes for our Times:

Leah Barkoukis, online features editor at True the Vote Wins 'monumental' election case against Stacey Abrams' Fair Fight.

Abrams' group sued TTV in 2020 after the organization helped citizens file lawful challenges asking counties to clean up voter rolls, [TTV President Catherine] Engelbrecht explained in a video statement. The effort was undertaken after TTV's data showed about 364,000 residents had moved out of the county or state they had been registered in. …

“This decision is monumental,' said TTV's lead attorney Jake Evans. 'It vindicates True the Vote in totality and establishes that eligibility challenges under Section 230 are a proper method to ensure voter rolls are accurate. I am grateful to help achieve this great victory.”

Todd Starnes, best-selling author, awardwinning journalist, and syndicated radio show host: If Republicans follow THIS advice, they win in a landslide.

But most of all — it’s my hope that Republicans will coalesce around the winner of the 2024 Republican presidential primary. If the RINOs and Never Trumpers can’t set aside their petty differences — they will sabotage the election. That would send this country into a socialist death spiral. But if we stand together as one — we will win the day. And together we will make America great again.

Byron York, chief political correspondent for The Washington Examiner: Biden and the polls: He's fallen and can't get up.

The White House, the Biden campaign and the Democratic Party know they are just one serious health episode away from a crisis in which they have to find a new presidential candidate in an election year. Biden's handlers are working to make sure he gets his rest, but there is only so much they can do.

That doesn't mean Biden can't make it to November and win reelection. It could happen, especially in what promises to be the most volatile presidential campaign in anybody's memory. But Biden's current situation — polls, age, job performance — just doesn't look good. He has fallen so badly that getting up again will be a very difficult proposition.

Tim Graham, director of media analysis at the Media Research Center and executive editor of the blog One way you can tell journalists are worried about Biden in 2024.

Predictions are a dicey business, and so is the method of awarding politicians credit for job creation. When the economy is bad, liberals often complain it's out of Biden's control, like they complained it was out of Jimmy Carter's control.

Regardless, journalists expressing the opinion that Biden should be more popular betrays a tilt toward Biden's reelection. It might be subtler than suggesting Trump will viciously end American democracy, but it's still obvious.

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