UPDATE: Call it a comeback. Joe Kent is now the favorite to win after the latest ballot drop.

Here’s Richard Baris confirming:


Meanwhile, in Arizona, Kari Lake has won and her lead just keeps growing.

What weird election laws.

Previous article below:

Very few people were paying attention to the Washington election on Tuesday night, but something very crazy is now happening.

The Trump-endorsed MAGA champion Joe Kent, who was all but written off by pundits and prognosticators, is suddenly staging a huge comeback against the RINO Impeacher Jaime Herrera Beutler.

You see, in Washington, like Arizona, they have a goofy mail-in balloting system. So, while Herrera Beutler led by a lot with the early “batches” of mail-in ballots, Joe Kent is now coming back as the election day ballots are counted.

Here is the latest daily update out of Washington:

You may be asking yourself, why is it so hard to collect, verify, and count ballots on election night? After all, Florida does it with ease. Is the mind-numbingly slow counting process incompetency, or an insurance policy in case the “correct” candidate happens to be losing and some ballot boxes need to be stuffed?

The liberal prognosticator Dave Wasserman is even calling Joe Kent a slight favorite.

Wasserman may be a biased liberal, but his calculations are usually spot on.

At this point, there are around 40,000 more ballots left to be counted, so it’s anyone’s guess who is going to win, according to top pollster Richard Baris: