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Local watchdog group OurJax is calling for a timeout on Lot J development.

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As the presidency hangs in the balance, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was ahead in electoral votes Friday morning with Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylanvia leaning his way as ballots continued to be counted in those states at the time of this show's broadcast.

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For the first time in nearly 50 years, Duval County leaped left, voting for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. President Donald Trump comfortably carried the rest of the state, with over 51% of the vote.

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As of Wednesday afternoon, the presidential election was still too close to call, as  hundreds of thousands of ballots still have yet to be counted.  

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As Americans prepare to choose the next President of the United States, Florida voters are uniquely situated to determine the outcome. 

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The civic group, Our Jax is the latest to criticize the proposed development of Lot J, which would turn the sports complex parking lot into a residential, retail and entertainment complex.  

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On this week’s Friday Media Roundtable, we discussed some of the top stories in Northeast Florida, including:

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The Duval County Canvassing Board is under fire this week.

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Duval voters are making their voices heard on many issues, including how to fund Duval County Public Schools. A half-cent sales tax would go toward replacing or upgrading old school facilities.

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More than 19,000 early votes had already been cast in Duval County by 3 p.m. Monday – and that’s on top of the more than 77,000 who have already voted by mail.

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President Donald Trump paid no income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years due to losing much more money than he made, according to a New York Times investigation of tax information it obtained.