On the night of the 2020 election, Patricia Piñón walked into the cool, dimly lit Adoration chapel of St. Mary Catholic Church in Kalamazoo, Mich. It was 6 p.m. EST and her mission was simple: to pray for a Trump victory. With an almost mystical intensity, she’d go on to pray deep into the night, imploring silently as Americans across the country obsessively refreshed internet browsers and watched state projections flip back-and-forth between light blue and pink. By the time Piñón left the chapel, it was after 11 p.m.
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- If 2021 already seems like too much, there's a hotline that urges people to call in and scream
- California pauses Covid-19 shots from one lot of vaccine containing more than 330,000 doses
- A nurse for 50 years refused to retire when the pandemic began. She later died from Covid-19
- Even a small portion of fried foods can increase risk of heart disease, study says
- Boil water advisory in effect for south Rockdale
- Rockdale County Sheriff's Office mourning death of Sgt. Willie Williams Jr.
- Remembering a hero: First aircraft carrier named after Black WWII sailor
- Parler's website is back online with a brief message to 'lovers and haters'
- Ice skating rink at Legion Field in Covington enjoyed by residents and visitors
- Conyers memorializing portion of Milstead Avenue as 'Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Avenue'
- Brian Frix promoted to Conyers Director of Public Works and Transportation; Brad Sutton named Chief of Operations
- Newton County Jail Blotter
- Rockdale Department of Transportation seeks feedback from the community about proposed Courtesy Parkway Extension
- Conyers-Rockdale Economic Development Council appoints Sherri Washington as vice chair
This is not a scientific poll — results reflect only the opinions of those voting.