On one hand, I don't mind the reporting as it guards against complacency. But this isn't the 2020 Election thread, this is the Media Bias thread.
We literally just had an election where the balance of power was decided in Trump-skeptical suburban areas. Yet seemingly the Times keeps sending reporters to counties like St. Clair (which has *twice* voted for a Democratic candidate since Johnson won in 1964, albeit generally by smaller margins than Trump's 2016 margins) and we get the same story ("Trump Voters Still for Trump") repackaged and repurposed.
I guess my point is that instead of sending reporters to St. Clair County, they should be sending folks to places like Rochester Hills, or Troy, or to Bucks and MontCo Pennsylvania. Waukesha or Ozaukee County, Wisconsin. Or more stories from Maricopa County, Arizona. Or even my home county. Ultimately, *that's* where the story of 2020 is gonna be written... And it seems like journalistic malpractice to ignore it and go on these Trump Voter Safaris all the time, like they have been doing constantly for the past three years.