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2020.09.29 15:14 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and in-Person Voting in Pennsylvania. A Detailed Guide to Voting in the Lehigh Valley

ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY, though it is still recommended that you drop off your ballot as early as possible.
LEHIGH COUNTY DROP-BOXES
(1) 24-hour exterior drop-box Located at the Lehigh County Government Center, 17 S 7th St, Allentown, PA 18101
(4) more additional drop-boxes across the county, available MON-FRI at various times. See the link below for more details.
IT IS UNCLEAR WHETHER OR NOT THESE ADDITIONAL DROP-BOXES WILL BE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR.
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-lehigh-county-approves-drop-boxes-20200924-ipqiyfokmjhufbvwkbj3qkicem-story.html
https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/lehighvalley/lehigh-county-election-board-approves-use-of-drop-boxes-for-mail-in-ballots/article_f23ee430-fe97-11ea-bbc4-674aaf0d7fc4.html
NORTHAMPTON COUNTY
(4) time limited INTERIOR drop-boxes AVAILABLE STARTING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1.
The main ballot drop-box will be at the Northampton County Courthouse 669 Washington St, Easton, PA 18042. Hours of operation will be 8:30am-8:00pm MON-FRI; 8:00am-12:00pm SAT (CLOSED SUNDAY).
There will be 3 additional drop-boxes available across the county, available MON-FRI at various times.
To the best of my knowledge, these drop-boxes will be INTERIOR drop-boxes, but if anybody can say otherwise, comment below.
Check the links below for more details.
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-elections-northampton-county-elections-announcement-20200928-zoqvkh2zkrd2pobzrbska7thhu-story.html
https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/lehighvalley/northampton-county-adding-drop-boxes-for-mail-in-ballots/article_58567b4e-01b2-11eb-a1ca-13617b1849ee.html [skip to 0:59 for drop-boxes]
https://www.northamptoncounty.org/CTYADMN/ELECTNS/Pages/AbsenteeVoting.aspx
IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN LEHIGH OR NORTHAMPTON COUNTIES, FIND YOUR COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIAL USING THE LINK BELOW:
https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN NEW JERSEY
If you are voting in New Jersey, ballots will be mailed to all registered voters, and, once you have completed your ballot, you can drop your ballot off at any drop-box in your county.
https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote-secure-drop-boxes.shtml
GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION
Hey Pennsylvanians, election season is ongoing as mail ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have requested one.
IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY, all you would need to do is make sure that you are registered to vote (deadline is Monday, October 19), and then show up to the polls. If it is your first time voting in Pennsylvania, you will need to show ID, otherwise, no ID is needed to be presented.
Register to vote online here: https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Register-to-Vote.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx
IF YOU HAVE REQUESTED A MAIL BALLOT BUT WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY, YOU MAY DO SO, BUT MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR BALLOT AND ALL THE BALLOT MATERIALS WITH YOU TO THE POLLS SO THEY CAN VOID IT AND ALLOW YOU TO VOTE WITH A REGULAR BALLOT.
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
If you don't have your ballot and all ballot materials when you vote in-person, you would need to vote with a provisional ballot, WHICH IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD WANT TO AVOID IF POSSIBLE, AS THEY ARE COUNTED MUCH LATER THAN REGULAR BALLOTS.
"An individual might also be required to vote using a provisional ballot if the voter applied for, but did not return, a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot."
Source: https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots
IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING WILL BE AVAILABLE, DURING OFFICE HOURS, but this is only recommended if you have not requested your ballot yet (see above).
AS WELL, IT IS UNLIKELY THAT THEY WILL BE COUNTED BEFORE ELECTION DAY, AND ARE LIKELY TO BE PROCESSED AT THE SAME TIME AS THE BALLOTS THAT WILL BE MAILED OUT (which will be at 7am on Election Day). If you know about whether or not specifically in-person absentee ballots will be counted at a different time as ballots that will be mailed out, comment below.
https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/vopp-table-16-when-absentee-mail-ballot-processing-and-counting-can-begin.aspx
If you have not requested a ballot yet, you may do so online, using this link:
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/
If you are requesting a ballot by mail, you would be requesting a "mail-in" ballot unless you have an excuse, in which you would request an "absentee ballot." However, it should be important to note that they are effectively interchangeable, and there is no difference in how you would vote with it or return it.
When requesting an absentee ballot, you will need to provide some form of identification, like your driver's license ID number, your PennDOT photo ID number, or the last 4 digits of your social security number.
If you do not have any of those, you will need to download an absentee request form, provide a photocopy an ID that shows a name, a photo, and an expiration date that is current with that request form, and then return it to the County Clerk's office (you can use the drop-boxes that will be available). See below for more details
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf
Once you get your ballot, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Once you have read the instructions and filled out your ballot, MAKE SURE TO SIGN IT IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is a common error that leads to rejections.
This may be a challenge for some people because, according to state law, YOU, AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT. You cannot have ANYBODY ELSE drop it off for you.
"Voters must drop off their ballots themselves. Pennsylvania law prohibits county officials from accepting ballots from anyone else. For example, voters cannot have a spouse, child or neighbor drop off their ballot on their behalf."
Source: https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html
There is (1) 24/7 drop-box outside of the Lehigh County Courthouse that will be open through to Election Day, plus 4 other drop-boxes (totalling 5) across Lehigh County that will be open MON-FRI at various times.
In Northampton County there will be (4) drop-boxes, including one at the Northampton County Courthouse in Easton.
SEE TOP OF THE PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS.
ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY, though it is still recommended that you drop off your ballot as early as possible.
SIDE NOTE: Please respect the rules when using the drop-box, and only drop off your own ballot yourself.
LINKS TO SOURCES:
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Register-to-Vote.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Pages/Mail-and-Absentee-Ballot.aspx
https://www.pa.gov/guides/voting-and-elections/
https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx [COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIAL DIRECTORY]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx [VOTER ID FOR FIRST TIME VOTERS]
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf [ID FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/ [ONLINE ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf [ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST FORM]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html [YOU AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT; ALSO IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING AVAILABLE]
https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/swingcounty/2020/09/northampton-county-is-mailing-ballots-this-week-here-is-where-you-can-drop-them-off.html [GENERAL DROP-BOX INFORMATION FOR LEHIGH VALLEY]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-lehigh-county-approves-drop-boxes-20200924-ipqiyfokmjhufbvwkbj3qkicem-story.html [LEHIGH COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES]
https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/lehighvalley/lehigh-county-election-board-approves-use-of-drop-boxes-for-mail-in-ballots/article_f23ee430-fe97-11ea-bbc4-674aaf0d7fc4.html
https://www.lehighcounty.org/Departments/Voter-Registration [LEHIGH COUNTY VOTING MAIN PAGE]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-elections-northampton-county-elections-announcement-20200928-zoqvkh2zkrd2pobzrbska7thhu-story.html [NORTHAMPTON COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES]
https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/lehighvalley/northampton-county-adding-drop-boxes-for-mail-in-ballots/article_58567b4e-01b2-11eb-a1ca-13617b1849ee.html [NORTHAMPTON COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES; [skip to 0:59 for drop-box information]
https://www.northamptoncounty.org/CTYADMN/ELECTNS/Pages/AbsenteeVoting.aspx [NORTHAMPTON COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES]
https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/swingcounty/2020/09/northampton-county-is-mailing-ballots-this-week-here-is-where-you-can-drop-them-off.html [MORE GENERAL DROP-BOX INFORMATION FOR LEHIGH VALLEY
https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/vopp-table-16-when-absentee-mail-ballot-processing-and-counting-can-begin.aspx [when mail ballots can be processed]
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2020.09.29 13:49 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-Person Voting: A Detailed Guide to Voting in Erie

ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY, though it is still recommended that you drop off your ballot as early as possible.
ERIE COUNTY DROP-BOX
24-hour exterior drop-box Located at the Erie County Courthouse, 140 W 6th St, Erie, PA 16501
Image of drop-box
Source of Image: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/elections-2020/new-ballot-drop-box-available-outside-erie-county-courthouse/ar-BB13Kvr7
IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN ERIE COUNTY, FIND YOUR COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIAL USING THE LINK BELOW:
https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx
Hey Pennsylvanians, election season is ongoing as mail ballots are starting to go out to all registered voters who have requested one.
**NOTE: IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY, YOU NEED TO READ NO FURTHER. All you would need to do is make sure that you are registered to vote (deadline is Monday, October 19), and then show up to the polls. If it is your first time voting in Pennsylvania, you will need to show ID, otherwise, no ID is needed to be presented.
Register to vote online here: https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Register-to-Vote.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx
IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED YOUR BALLOT BUT WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON, YOU MAY DO SO, BUT MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR BALLOT AND ALL THE BALLOT MATERIALS WITH YOU TO THE POLLS SO THEY CAN VOID IT AND ALLOW YOU TO VOTE WITH A REGULAR BALLOT.
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
If you don't have your ballot and all ballot materials when you vote in-person, you would need to vote with a provisional ballot, WHICH IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD WANT TO AVOID IF POSSIBLE, AS THEY ARE COUNTED MUCH LATER THAN REGULAR BALLOTS.
"An individual might also be required to vote using a provisional ballot if the voter applied for, but did not return, a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot."
Source: https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots
If you have not requested a ballot yet, you may do so online, using this link:
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/
If you are requesting a ballot by mail, you would be requesting a "mail-in" ballot unless you have an excuse, in which you would request an "absentee ballot." However, it should be important to note that they are effectively interchangeable, and there is no difference in how you would vote with it or return it.
When requesting an absentee ballot, you will need to provide some form of identification, like your driver's license ID number, your PennDOT photo ID number, or the last 4 digits of your social security number.
If you do not have any of those, you will need to download an absentee request form, provide a photocopy an ID that shows a name, a photo, and an expiration date that is current with that request form, and then return it to the County Clerk's office (you can use the drop-box). See below for more details
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf
Once you get your ballot, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Once you have read the instructions and filled out your ballot, MAKE SURE TO SIGN IT IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is a common error that leads to rejections.
This may be a challenge for some people because, according to state law, YOU, AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT. You cannot have ANYBODY ELSE drop it off for you.
"Voters must drop off their ballots themselves. Pennsylvania law prohibits county officials from accepting ballots from anyone else. For example, voters cannot have a spouse, child or neighbor drop off their ballot on their behalf."
Source: https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html
Having said that, there is a 24/7 drop-box outside of the Erie County Courthouse that will hopefully make this easier and more convenient for you. SEE TOP OF THE PAGE.
ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY, though it is still recommended that you drop off your ballot as early as possible.
SIDE NOTE: Please respect the rules when using the drop-box, and only drop off your own ballot yourself.
LINKS TO SOURCES:
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/How-to-Register-to-Vote.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx [VOTER ID FOR FIRST TIME VOTERS]
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf [ID FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/ [ONLINE ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf [ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST FORM]
https://eriecountypa.gov/departments/elections-voting/registration-and-voting/mail-in-and-absentee-ballots/
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Pages/Mail-and-Absentee-Ballot.aspx
https://www.pa.gov/guides/voting-and-elections/
https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx [COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIAL DIRECTORY]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html [YOU AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT]
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2020.09.29 03:37 camarcano Revisiting Ks and BBs as estimators of pitching performance.

Revisiting Ks and BBs as estimators of pitching performance.
Having finished the regular season, I can certainly call hits and miss about it but one thing that keeps helping me rate and grade SPs is the appropriate use of simple stats like Ks and BBs, obtaining a high rate of success (with the expected failure degrees, of course - looking at you Mr. Matt Boyd). This is far from groundbreaking stuff, just the opposite, but sometimes we might miss these simple ideas among so much information, so here it is (I wrote it in July, keep that in mind when reading):
Statistics are, as the Merriam-Webster dictionary points out, “a collection of quantitative data”. Pure and simple. What is not that simple is how we use this data or how we make sense of it.
Fortunately, we live in a time and age where we have at the disposal of our fingertips incredible sources (in quantity and quality) of valuable information – including all kinds of stats – about baseball. We can check how good the spin rate of Justin Verlander’s Fastball is (fairly good) or how Matthew Boyd’s 2019 ERA is deceptive according to advanced stats like xFIP and SIERA, so, he should probably be better this year.
I love spin rates and SIERA and a ton of other advanced stats, and the information we can get from them surpasses most of the time what we can analyze from speed (mph) or ERA, to name a couple of traditional stats. Nevertheless, I also like to try to simplify things but still be able to obtain powerful insights to make educated decisions.

Nothing gets simpler than Balls and Strikes.

I mean, we know them so well that even before the ubiquitous virtual strike zones we see nowadays, we could instantly start shouting to the umpire when we thought he was missing the calls. And we’ll do it forever because we KNOW balls and strikes. We know that more strikes than balls will always be good and pitchers that can do that are usually bound to have more success.
K%-BB% and (k-bb)/ip (let’s call them the K-Bs stats) are a couple of stats that exist just because of balls and strikes. They summarize in a straightforward way the achievement a pitcher has over what are the two principal outcomes that he can directly influence the most during an outing: strikeouts and walks.
Strikeout rate (K%) and walk rate (BB%) are calculations on how often a pitcher strikes out or walks batters per plate appearance (PA). You can calculate them by dividing the total number of strikeouts or walks a pitcher issued between the plate appearances batters got against him during a period of time (a week, month, season, etc.). Then, for the purpose of getting K%-BB%, you just subtract them and that’s it.
(k-bb)/ip goes similarly but you subtract strikeouts minus base on balls first and then divide the result between innings pitched. The reason for this (and comparably for dividing between plate appearances in K%-BB%) is to obtain ratios or proportions that allow us to compare pitchers who have faced vastly different quantities of batters.
If interested, you can find some more info on these stats here. By the way, Bill James was not a fan of them about 10 years ago, but Tom Tango was. What intrigues me the most about the stats is if they could be used to anticipate how a pitcher will fare afterward, their predictability, so I am going to do some calculations to bring light on that. Some folks have done some writing about this but their conclusions are not that clear to me, so, I did some research of my own.
First, I pulled data for pitchers during the 2019 season: main interest is on K%-BB% and (k-bb)/ip and also on ERA and some ERA estimators like xFIP, SIERA and of course our homegrown Predictive Classified Run Average, pCRA, which produces better estimates than SIERA. Note that I am including as a consistency check another estimator called CSW, which in 2019 was already proven to have a great correlation with SIERA and could be especially useful as a simple predictive stat, too.
Pitchers were restricted to those who had at least 23 or more games started as I wanted players with a lot of innings pitched, for a bigger and stabler sample.

(In case the embedded table doesn't work, here is a link to it: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SALOZRz475Fwh166czsZIvbdOSoU5RVxZqq9birMqQk/edit#gid=0 and this is an image for the first 15 pitchers:)

https://preview.redd.it/1m3w0nnzozp51.jpg?width=560&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=91d0d1c063eafb149a14e954710db29077b1264b
pCRA is well regarded as one of the best ERA estimators and initially, I want to check what's the correlation between the K-Bs stats and it. First, I created graphs for the relationship between ERA, xFIP, SIERA, and pCRA with the K-Bs and plotted the trend line, its equation, and R2 for each:

(k-bb)/ip Vs Era estimators' correlation (2019 season)

K%-BB% Vs Era estimators' correlation (2019 season)
As expected, due to the impact of Ks and BBs in its formula, SIERA has the highest R2, which is great as it indicates the lowest variance and that leads to the thinking that these simpler stats can be used with equivalent results to SIERA. The better news is that it’s variance related to pCRA is also meaningfully small, so we could probably get a strong correlation with the better stat.
Now, if I really want to take it a step further, I should compare 2018 K-Bs with 2019 pCRA and check for correlation to try to find out any real predictability.
Pulling the data, calculating, and graphing we get:

Promising.
At first, we could interpret that, as the values of R2 show, the concurrence in 2019 pCRA due to 2018 (k-bb)/ip or 2018 K%-BB% is 43% and 47% respectively and that could be too low to be meaningful. With that thinking, we would be right and wrong about it at the same time, being the word variance the deal breaker here.
As Phil Birnbaum graciously explains in this post, most of the time R2 tells a lot from a statistician point of view and its value is important but, in layperson terms, the coefficient of correlation R (the square root of R2) is more informative and useful. R tells us that the correlation is around 65% and 68% for (k-bb)/ip and K%-BB% respectively, which is good and indicates that these stats could be potentially used to predict a pitcher's performance.
There is a lot more data checking to be done, in fact using more seasons would help as the sample will be larger, but this small exercise strongly shows that the K-Bs are good tools to make educated estimates on future pitchers' performances. It might feel like this is reinventing the wheel but it would surprise you how much people tend to underestimate these stats, so any boost to our confidence in them is important.
What can we do with K%-BB% and (k-bb)/ip that leads to useful and practical information? Well, I dedicated some time to the evaluation of the 50 best pitchers coming into the 2020 season according to these stats from 2019 and there are a few surprises that I think you should consider. Spoiler alert: Kevin Gausman might be in for a very decent season.
Baseball is such a wonderful game that, besides the fun of simply watching it, it has gifted us with the joy of measuring and analyzing it ad infinitum. It can be, and it is, measured beyond silliness which can be a blessing or a curse as separating the needles from the hay seems, a lot of times, complicated. But it doesn't have to be; the beauty of having so much information available is that if we can understand it, diverse ways of looking at our beloved game increase our appreciation of it: if knowledge is power, applied knowledge is wisdom. Let's try to be wise or die trying.
I hope this is useful for some of you.
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pCRA data was taken from this spreadsheet, maintained by its creator Connor Kurcon.
All other data was taken from https://www.fangraphs.com/, https://baseballsavant.mlb.com/, and/or https://www.baseball-reference.com/ unless otherwise stated.
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2020.09.29 02:59 danicingl0bster Thoughts from an NP student

Hi all, I am Pasting a recent conversation from a comment string in a recent thread on this page that I do not want to see buried because I would like to share my perspective as well as invite additional perspectives and opinions. I believe this deserves its own post:

Me:

"I’ve been lurking this reddit for an hour and am very impressed with the animosity you guys have towards NPs
I am an NP student in my second to last semester. I have 6 years of Emergency RN experience, was top in my class for my BSN and am in the top of my class of NP students. Between my full time RN job plus clinic for school I am basically working 70 hrs plus studying every waking moment. My preceptors (mostly MDs) have all complimented me and tell me I am very knowledgeable and I usually am on target with my patients of knowing how to manage their care. Overall, I think I will do just fine as a provider, and realize I still have a lot to learn while respecting my need to continue learning as a lifetime student.
That being said I am a bit nervous of what the future holds for NPs as my particular school pretty much accepted any RN willing to pay, regardless of prior experience. I am in shock with every passing semester that some of the morons I am in class with are still making it through. Although, I do feel the actual program is what you make of it, and as an independent learner who reads primary sources and well written text books instead of generic powerpoint slides I can see my time in the books paying off with each passing semester.
I guess my point is I do not believe it is fair to judge all NPs as equal and looking from the outside in I would certainly take someone like myself over a PA with no prior bedside experience.
Edit: also take into consideration prior experience matters a TON because new knowledge tends to “click” and is learned more easily when you have seen and administered the treatments repeatedly through years of experience."

Other reddit user:

This is a fundamental misunderstanding of the coursework required between even a PA and a NP. Let alone the difference between a MS IV and a NP student in their final practicuum.
"was top in my class for my BSN and am in the top of my class of NP students."
Medical students on average are in the top 10% of the students in the entire country. Your BSN cohort would not match that, and then there is a competition between that top 10% to not only have an amazing GPA but volunteer, do research, and pass a difficult standardized test with a high enough score to secure an interview.
"That being said I am a bit nervous of what the future holds for NPs as my particular school pretty much accepted any RN willing to pay, regardless of prior experience."
You being the top of the NP class just got diminished by this statement. As a medical student just getting in doesn't gaurantee you can do what you want, you now have to compete against the entire nation of medical schools to get a strong board score, secure rotations in the specialty you go into, and pass 3 written board examinations just to get to residency. All while completing 2 years of didactic training that is harder than anything you have seen in NP/RN school.
How do I know, you say? I am a BSN prepared RN who went to med school and am now in fourth year. I watched as fellow RN's posted their "NP courseload for the semester" which was 9 credits of online classes. In med school you do 30 credits per semester, which can be as much as 8 hours per day in class as well as countless hours studying afterwards. Oh and I balanced a job while doing it as well.
Then after you are done with didactics you hit rotations, where you balance 40+ hour work weeks as well as studying for standardized tests in that subject matter administrated at a national level, basically addiditional board exams in a specific area of medicine.
"I guess my point is I do not believe it is fair to judge all NPs as equal and looking from the outside in I would certainly take someone like myself over a PA with no prior bedside experience."
PA school follows a similar model to medical school, just abbreviated a bit. Your bedside experience as a RN is not equivalent to experience as a "provider." It may be helpful in interviewing patients to collect histories, and doing physical assessments and perhaps even pattern recognition. But that's all before you sit down to make a plan and decide on which imaging is important to perform, what labs you need, what are the proper treatment options. That's the part that makes you a provider, not that you recognized Pneumonia a little faster than the PA on day one.

Me:

I appreciate your response and I think you made great points. Like I said I am willing to put the time in to learn and am doing so each and every day.
Pattern recognition and physical assessment is critical. I for one have worked in triage extensively, as well as training new nurses and believe I have a mastery level of recognizing sick vs non sick and responding to a true emergency when I see one. That in itself is huge in primary care. Additionally, I have had to correct resident decisions on a daily basis as an RN triaging patients because they either feel I am over reacting and don’t see the risk or have the “time in the field” experience to recognize patterns.
I also forgot to mention in my original post the actual physical assessment class I took in NP school Was in fact the one class that was extremely thorough, we used the same text as medical students and were tested using real life scenarios on a weekly basis and were drilled. If we made mistakes we were given remediation and had to re-test said scenarios in order continue on. Any mistakes on our written H&ps were viewed critically, and It was a high pressure class. I can confidently say I read the text front to back and can conduct a thorough and accurate H&P.
I’m not an entitled Future NP who thinks they know everything, however you are wrong to think h&p skills are not as equally important. I am striving to fill in the gaps as far as dx, and trx goes and thus far Based on my clinical experience and preceptor feedback have been doing well in my student role. I think you hold a bias that book knowledge and extensive didactic beats actual experience when in reality it is an equal blend of both.
That being said I do feel as though the structure of med school is better in allowing the student to learn foundational knowledge first before clinical experience, and I feel like I am working backwards i gaining didactic AFTER hands on experience and Wish I had the opposite timeline as I am constantly “filling in gaps”. To say it is impossible to do this successfully is not accurate as i know plenty of NPs who are wonderful providers

Other reddit user:

"Pattern recognition and physical assessment is critical. I for one have worked in triage extensively, as well as training new nurses and believe I have a mastery level of recognizing sick vs non sick and responding to a true emergency when I see one. That in itself is huge in primary care. Additionally, I have had to correct resident decisions on a daily basis as an RN triaging patients because they either feel I am over reacting and don’t see the risk or have the “time in the field” experience to recognize patterns."
Pattern recognition and physical assessments are an important skill for a provider to have, but again I will state that the in depth knowledge skipped over by nursing programs is far more important. You can assess that there is pain in a hip after a fall, and perhaps even that there is a pattern of external rotation with certain hip fractures. But without the anatomy knowledge of the blood supply to the femoral head and hence why replacement is critical you will lead to avascular necrosis of said femoral head. Obviously this is a stressed point in likely your NP coursework but it's just an example of how physical assessment skills give you information but without the knowledge of why that physical assessment data is important you're missing the more important part.
"think you hold a bias that book knowledge and extensive didactic beats actual experience when in reality it is an equal blend of both."
I contend that the book knowledge is a prerequisite to understanding why the physical assessment findings and disease treatment are important. Thus complimenting the physical assessment skills you gain during med school, as we do a weekly course in H&ps as well. You even have to pass a standardized board exam proving you can perform H&Ps in the middle of med school.
"Additionally, I have had to correct resident decisions on a daily basis as an RN triaging patients because they either feel I am over reacting and don’t see the risk or have the “time in the field” experience to recognize patterns."
Yes I am sure you have had experiences where you triaged something that wasn't recognized. This is the bias that nurses gain through school and employment where they "saved the day and saw something a doctor did wrong." You don't think you have ever triaged incorrectly? It happens all the time. People make mistakes, we all do regardless of training level. My daughter was triaged incorrectly in an ER by a "seasoned nurse."
Don't want to turn this into a pissing contest obviously, because it would be easy to do and isn't constructive.
Again I will contend though, that your pre-NP experience is not equivalent to any of the hours spent as a medical student years 3-4. NP's do on average 500-700 hours of experience that "might" be similar to a medical student depending on what they get to do.
Triaging in an ER is not the same as doing a H&P on a patient, creating a plan and presenting it.
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2020.09.29 01:29 flyinmacaronimonster PSA for Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Voters

If you are voting by mail in Pittsburgh or Allegheny County, and are dropping off your ballot (which I would strongly recommend over mailing it back), the only place to do so at the moment is at the Allegheny County Election's Office at Building. The office is located on the sixth floor in room #601 at 542 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.
Hours are 8:30am-4:30pm MON-FRI.
https://www.alleghenycounty.us/elections/absentee-ballots.aspx
There will be satellite locations on three Saturdays and Sundays in October (10th and the 11th, 17th and the 18th, 24th and the 25th) located at 4 different locations across the county, plus the Elections Office in the county building (usually not open Saturday and Sunday) where you can drop off your ballots.
https://www.wtae.com/article/allegheny-county-approves-plan-to-open-satellite-voting-locations-in-octobe34062719
ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00pm ON ELECTION DAY. YOU MAY NOT RETURN ANYBODY ELSE'S BALLOT FOR THEM. ONLY YOU CAN RETURN YOUR OWN BALLOT.
As well, MAKE SURE YOU USE THE SECRECY ENVELOPE, otherwise it may be rejected. As well, make sure you read ALL of the instructions CAREFULLY.
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Pages/Mail-and-Absentee-Ballot.aspx
https://www.pa.gov/guides/voting-and-elections/
https://www.alleghenycounty.us/elections/frequently-asked-questions.aspx
If you want to vote in-person after requesting a mail ballot, you can do so, but you will need to bring not just the ballot itself, but THE BALLOT AND ALL OTHER BALLOT MATERIALS WITH YOU. Otherwise you would need to vote with a provisional ballot.
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots
"An individual might also be required to vote using a provisional ballot if the voter applied for, but did not return, a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot."
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2020.09.29 00:56 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and In-person voting in Pittsburgh.

IF YOU ARE VOTING IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY, YOU NEED TO READ NO FURTHER. All you would need to do is make sure that you are registered to vote (deadline is Monday, October 19), and then show up to the polls. If it is your first time voting in Pennsylvania, you will need to show ID, otherwise, no ID is needed to be presented.
**NOTE: If you are requesting a ballot by mail, you would be requesting a "mail-in" ballot unless you have an excuse, in which you would request an "absentee ballot." However, it should be important to note that they are effectively interchangeable, and there is no difference in how you would vote with it or return it.
IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED YOUR BALLOT BUT WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON, YOU MAY DO SO, BUT MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR BALLOT AND ALL THE BALLOT MATERIALS WITH YOU TO THE POLLS SO THEY CAN VOID IT AND ALLOW YOU TO VOTE WITH A REGULAR BALLOT.
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
ALL BALLOTS MUST BE DROPPED OFF BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY.
If you are voting by mail, IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Once you have read the instructions and filled out your ballot, MAKE SURE TO SIGN IT IN THE CORRECT PLACE. This is a common error that leads to rejections.
MOST IMPORTANTLY, DO NOT MAIL IT UNLESS COMPLETELY NECESSARY.
This may be a challenge for some people because, according to state law, YOU, AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT. You cannot have ANYBODY ELSE drop it off for you.
"Voters must drop off their ballots themselves. Pennsylvania law prohibits county officials from accepting ballots from anyone else. For example, voters cannot have a spouse, child or neighbor drop off their ballot on their behalf."
Source: https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html
If you are constrained to your home, and have to mail it back, be sure to mail it back immediately after you have received it.
It is important to know ALLEGHENY COUNTY DOES NOT HAVE ANY BALLOT DROP-BOXES, and that there are limited options for dropping off your ballot at the moment.
If you have received your absentee or mail-in ballot, you will need to go to the 6th Floor of the Allegheny County Office Building @ 542 Forbes Ave, Room #601, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, during business hours (8:30am-4:30pm MON-FRI).
There will be a point of time in which satellite absentee locations will be available where you can drop off a ballot. This program will only be available on three different Saturdays and Sundays in October (on the 10th and 11th, the 17th and the 18th, and on the 24th and the 25th).
There will be 5 different locations across the county in which you can drop off your ballots. Hours will be 9am to 5pm on Saturday, and 11am to 7pm on Sunday. IT IS NOT CLEAR IF THERE IS CURBSIDE DROP-OFF. I have not heard anything explicitly stating that there will be, but it may be a possibility
https://www.wtae.com/article/allegheny-county-approves-plan-to-open-satellite-voting-locations-in-octobe34062719
There will also be in-person absentee voting, at both the office, and at the satellite locations, although the time in which that will be available is not exactly clear. It is either going to be available now, or at some time in the near future. Basically you go in, you fill in an application, and then you get a ballot that you can vote with.
TWO THINGS TO NOTE IF YOU WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON ABSENTEE:
(i) IF YOU HAVE REQUESTED A BALLOT, BUT HAVE NOT RECEIVED IT YET, it is inadvisable to vote in person, as you would need to vote with a provisional ballot, WHICH IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD WANT TO AVOID IF POSSIBLE, AS THEY ARE COUNTED MUCH LATER THAN REGULAR BALLOTS.
"An individual might also be required to vote using a provisional ballot if the voter applied for, but did not return, a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot."
Source: https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots
(ii) IT IS UNKNOWN WHEN THESE IN-PERSON ABSENTEE BALLOTS WILL BE COUNTED. As far as I know, they will be counted at the same time as regular mail ballots (7am on Election Day) but I cannot be 100% sure about that.
https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/vopp-table-16-when-absentee-mail-ballot-processing-and-counting-can-begin.aspx
If somebody knows if the in-person absentee ballots are counted earlier or later than Election Day please comment below.
** TO SUM IT UP **
Basically between now and Election Day there is only one 6th floor office in downtown Pittsburgh, in which you can drop off your ballots and vote in-person absentee, except for three weekends in October. If you vote by mail, you will need When you vote in-person absentee, it is unclear if
Oh, and here's a flowchart: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5edea8fbd2633e62fc849022/t/5f6a5261f3522521bc1b05e9/1600803425943/voting-2020-flowchart.pdf
LINKS TO SOURCES:
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/default.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Pages/Mail-and-Absentee-Ballot.aspx
https://alleghenycounty.us/elections/frequently-asked-questions.aspx
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653# [VOTING IN-PERSON AFTER REQUESTING A MAIL BALLOT]
https://www.alleghenycounty.us/elections/absentee-ballots.aspx [OFFICE HOURS]
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots [PROVISIONAL BALLOT IF YOU APPLIED FOR BUT DID NOT RECEIVE A MAIL IN BALLOT AND WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx [VOTER ID FOR FIRST TIME VOTERS IN PENNSYLVANIA]
https://www.wtae.com/article/allegheny-county-approves-plan-to-open-satellite-voting-locations-in-octobe34062719 [SATELLITE ABSENTEE VOTING LOCATIONS]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html [YOU AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP-OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT]
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5edea8fbd2633e62fc849022/t/5f6a5261f3522521bc1b05e9/1600803425943/voting-2020-flowchart.pdf
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2020.09.28 21:10 mr_tyler_durden Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 28, 2020

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update September 28, 2020
Notes by mr_tyler_durden and Daily Update Team
Register for your Absentee Ballot here!
Watch here:
Headlines
Full Notes
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2020.09.28 20:41 flyinmacaronimonster Absentee and in-Person Voting in Pennsylvania. A Detailed Guide to Voting in Philadelphia (In-Person Absentee Voting Starts Tuesday, September 29)

THIS POST IS BEING REGULARLY UPDATED AS MORE INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
UPDATE #1 (09/29/20): Chester County has in-person absentee voting available starting TODAY. See below for more details.
UPDATE #2 (09/29/20): YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT at any satellite absentee voting location in Philadelphia County. This will likely apply to the other counties if they, too, will have satellite absentee voting locations. AS WELL, no 24/7 drop-box in Philadelphia.
https://6abc.com/politics/philly-residents-can-vote-early-at-new-satellite-offices/6617811/
IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED YOUR BALLOT BUT WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON, YOU MAY DO SO, BUT MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR BALLOT AND ALL THE BALLOT MATERIALS WITH YOU TO THE POLLS SO THEY CAN VOID IT AND ALLOW YOU TO VOTE WITH A REGULAR BALLOT.
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
ALL BALLOTS HAND-DELIVERED OR DROPPED OFF NEED TO BE RETURNED OFF BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY.
If you vote in New Jersey, ballots will be mailed to all registered voters, and, once you have completed your ballot, you can drop your ballot off at any drop-box in your county.
https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote-secure-drop-boxes.shtml
Hey Philadelphians
Mail-in/Absentee ballots are starting to go out in Pennsylvania, so here's what you need to know:
If you have not requested a ballot yet, you may do so online, using this link:
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/
If you are requesting a ballot by mail, you would be requesting a "mail-in" ballot unless you have an excuse, in which you would request an "absentee ballot." However, it should be important to note that they are effectively interchangeable, and there is no difference in how you would vote with it or return it.
When requesting an absentee ballot, you will need to provide some form of identification, like your driver's license ID number, your PennDOT photo ID number, or the last 4 digits of your social security number.
If you do not have any of those, you will need to download an absentee request form, provide a photocopy an ID that shows a name, a photo, and an expiration date that is current with that request form, and then return it to the County Clerk's office (you can use the drop-box). See below for more details
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf
If you have already received your ballot by mail make sure that you:
(a) READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Absolutely DO NOT start filling in your ballot without reading the instructions at least twice over, just to be sure.
MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE THE SECRECY ENVELOPE. Otherwise, it may be rejected.
While there is a lot of media attention over naked ballots, it should be noted that there are several other errors that will get your ballot either challenged or rejected so be careful AND READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
(b) After you have filled it in, SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE CORRECT PLACE, and then drop it off at a DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT INSTEAD OF MAILING IT BACK, UNLESS YOU ARE UNABLE TO DO SO.
(c) Keep in mind that YOU, AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT. You cannot have ANYBODY ELSE drop it off for you. If you are constrained to your home, be sure to mail it back immediately after you have received it.
"Voters must drop off their ballots themselves. Pennsylvania law prohibits county officials from accepting ballots from anyone else. For example, voters cannot have a spouse, child or neighbor drop off their ballot on their behalf."
Source: https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html
(d) In all counties in the Philadelphia area, there will be drop-boxes available; keep in mind that they will not all be 24/7 exterior drop boxes. In fact, several drop-boxes will be time-limited and some will be interior drop-boxes.
DROP-BOXES BY COUNTY:
AS AN ALTERNATIVE, YOU CAN ALSO HAND-DELIVER YOUR BALLOT IN-PERSON TO YOUR COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICIAL'S OFFICE, DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS.

PHILADELPHIA COUNTY

DROP BOXES
NO DROP-BOXES. Drop it off at an early voting site during early voting hours. SEE BELOW.
BUCKS COUNTY
(3) INTERIOR, TIME-LIMITED Drop-boxes at all three County Government Service Centers. Check out the link below for more details.
https://2020-general-election-bucksgis.hub.arcgis.com/pages/drop-box-info
ONLY AVAILABLE 8:00am-4:30pm MON-FRI THROUGH TO MONDAY, OCTOBER 26. Extended hours available between Tuesday, October 27 and Election Day, including weekend hours (8:00am-7:00pm MON-FRI; 12 noon-5:00pm SAT & SUN; 8:00am-8:00pm on Election Day).
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
DROP-BOXES AVAILABLE AS OF SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3; NO DROP-BOXES UNTIL THEN.
(10) Drop-boxes in total that are currently availabe, with (1) more proposed drop-box potentially available in the near-future. Unclear if they are interior or exterior drop-boxes. WILL BE TIME LIMITED, BUT AVAILABLE DAILY (SAT & SUN INCLUSIVE). Check the links below for times and locations:
https://montcopa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/e33fd8849c8d42a087cc1716146220f1
https://montcopa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/e33fd8849c8d42a087cc1716146220f1
CHESTER COUNTY
DROP-OFF AVAILABLE STARTING TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13.
(13) Drop-off locations. TIME LIMITED, BUT AVAILABLE DAILY (SAT & SUN INCLUSIVE). UNCLEAR IF THEY ARE INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR. Hours vary; check out the links below for more details:
https://www.chesco.org/4758/Drop-Off-Locations
https://chesco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=3be9cdd65e84457a849ab37c916a2506
DELAWARE COUNTY
Drop-boxes will be available in Delaware County, but a full list of drop-boxes has yet to be determined.
ALL BALLOTS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY 8:00PM ON ELECTION DAY, however, it would, in my opinion, be ideal to drop off your ballot as soon as possible.
IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING will be available starting TODAY in Philadelphia County. All surrounding counties (Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware). Will also have this type of "early" voting.
Important notes:
(i) IF YOU HAVE REQUESTED A BALLOT, BUT HAVE NOT RECEIVED IT YET, it is inadvisable to vote in person, as you would need to vote with a provisional ballot, WHICH IS SOMETHING YOU WOULD WANT TO AVOID IF POSSIBLE, AS THEY ARE COUNTED MUCH LATER THAN REGULAR BALLOTS.
"An individual might also be required to vote using a provisional ballot if the voter applied for, but did not return, a Mail-In or Absentee Ballot."
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots
(ii) IT IS UNKNOWN WHEN THESE IN-PERSON ABSENTEE BALLOTS WILL BE COUNTED. As far as I know, they will be counted at the same time as regular mail ballots (7am on Election Day) but I cannot be 100% sure about that.
https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/vopp-table-16-when-absentee-mail-ballot-processing-and-counting-can-begin.aspx
If somebody knows if the in-person absentee ballots are counted earlier or later than Election Day please either comment below or PM Me.
EARLY IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING BY COUNTY:
NOTE: If you are voting for the first time, either during the early voting period or on Election Day, you will need to present voter ID. It can be either a Photo ID (like a driver's license or a non-driver's license photo ID) or a Non-Photo ID (like a utility bill or a bank statement).
PHILADELPHIA COUNTY
Number of locations: (7) locations open on Tuesday, September 29 (In total, there are 17 locations proposed: 2 main locations [City Hall and Riverview Center*], and 15 additional satellite locations).
Site Region Location Address Zip
1 Center City City Hall, Room 140 1400 John F Kennedy Blvd 19107
2 Far Northeast George Washington High School 10175 Bustleton Ave 19116
3 North The Liacouras Center 1776 N Broad St 19121
4 Northwest Roxborough High School 6498 Ridge Ave 19128
5 Southwest Tilden Middle School 6601 Elmwood Ave 19142
6 Upper North Julia De Burgos Elementary 401 W Lehigh Ave 19133
7 West Overbrook Elementary School 2032 N 62nd St 19151
*City Hall is opening on the 29th; Opening date TBD for Riverview Center. See the DROP-BOX section for location details.
OPEN DAILY (SAT & SUN INCLUSIVE) between Tuesday, September 29 and Monday, November 2.
Hours: OPEN DAILY (SAT & SUN INCLUSIVE) through to Monday, November 2 (11:30am-6:30pm MON-THU; 9:30am-4:30pm FRI-SUN).
CHESTER COUNTY
Chester County has in-person absentee voting available starting TODAY, 8:30am-4:30pm MON-FRI at the Chester County Voter Services Office, 601 Westtown Road, Suite 150, West Chester, PA 19380
Will update the status of BUCKS, MONTGOMERY and DELAWARE counties as more information becomes available.
IF YOU WANT TO, YOU CAN ALSO VOTE IN-PERSON ON ELECTION DAY.
Links to Sources:
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Pages/Mail-and-Absentee-Ballot.aspx
https://www.votespa.com/Resources/Pages/Contact-Your-Election-Officials.aspx [COUNTY ELECTION OFFICIAL DIRECTORY]
https://www.pa.gov/guides/voting-and-elections/
https://www.wtae.com/article/how-to-vote-in-person-if-you-requested-a-mail-in-ballot-for-november-election/34150653#
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/voters/provisional-ballots [PROVISIONAL BALLOT IF YOU APPLIED FOR BUT DID NOT RECEIVE A MAIL IN BALLOT AND WANT TO VOTE IN-PERSON]
https://www.mcall.com/news/elections/mc-nws-pa-election-office-hours-lehigh-northampton-counties-20200911-3svfi4k73fas3gy7525tadwxgy-story.html [YOU AND ONLY YOU CAN DROP-OFF YOUR OWN BALLOT]
https://nj.gov/state/elections/vote-secure-drop-boxes.shtml [FOR NEW JERSEY VOTERS: A LIST OF ALL BALLOT DROP-BOXES IN THE STATE, ORDERED BY COUNTY]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Pages/Voter-ID-for-First-Time-Voters.aspx [VOTER ID FOR FIRST TIME VOTERS IN PENNSYLVANIA]
https://www.votespa.com/Voting-in-PA/Documents/DOS_Identification_for_absentee_voting.pdf [ID FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/OnlineAbsenteeApplication/#/OnlineAbsenteeBegin [ONLINE ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST]
https://www.votespa.com/Register-to-Vote/Documents/PADOS_MailInApplication.pdf [ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST FORM]
https://www.phillymag.com/news/2020/09/21/general-election-voting-pennsylvania/
https://billypenn.com/2020/05/26/philly-vote-now-by-dropping-your-ballot-into-a-special-box-at-city-hall/ [PHILADELPHIA DROP BOX AT CITY HALL (SOUTH ENTRANCE)]
https://twitter.com/PhillyVotes/status/1266179813234159616 [SECOND DROP-BOX IN PHILADELPHIA]
https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/vopp-table-16-when-absentee-mail-ballot-processing-and-counting-can-begin.aspx [WHEN MAIL BALLOTS ARE PROCESSED AND COUNTED]
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/
https://www.philadelphiavotes.com/en/home/item/1845-open_satellite_election_offices_on_a_rolling_basis
https://www.inquirer.com/politics/election/philadelphia-early-voting-locations-2020-election-20200918.html
https://6abc.com/politics/philly-residents-can-vote-early-at-new-satellite-offices/6617811/ [DROP OFF YOUR BALLOT AT ANY SATELLITE EARLY VOTING LOCATION]
https://www.inquirer.com/politics/election/philadelphia-pennsylvania-early-voting-2020-election-20200810.html [EARLY VOTING WILL BE AVAILABLE IN SUBURBAN PHILADELPHIA COUNTIES]
https://2020-general-election-bucksgis.hub.arcgis.com/pages/drop-box-info [BUCKS COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES]
https://patch.com/pennsylvania/levittown/bucks-co-announces-ballot-drop-box-locations-election [BUCKS COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOXES]
https://www.montcopa.org/3587/Secure-Ballot-Drop-Box-Locations [MONTGOMERY COUNTY BALLOT DROP-BOX LIST]
https://montcopa.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/e33fd8849c8d42a087cc1716146220f1 [MAP OF DROP-BOXES IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY]
https://www.montcopa.org/Faq.aspx?QID=570
https://www.chesco.org/4758/Drop-Off-Locations [CHESTER COUNTY DROP-OFF LOCATIONS]
https://chesco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=3be9cdd65e84457a849ab37c916a2506 [CHESTER COUNTY DROP-OFF MAP]
https://www.delcopa.gov/electionsbureau/index.html [DELAWARE COUNTY BUREAU OF ELECTIONS]
https://www.delcopa.gov/elections/waystovote.html [LIST OF DROP-BOXES IS COMING SOON]
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2020.09.27 21:47 Winner-Popular Converting a fetch POST request to an axios request

I have a fetch request that was copied from the network tab in order to login to an account, when i send the fetch request as it was copied from the browser it works & returns a status code of 200.
However, when I change it so that it can be sent as an axios request I get error code 416 (which the website returns if you are suspected to be a bot), I don't know why it isn't working properly.
PS: I was also told that curl is a great way to make requests so I've read the docs for it and understand how to write a request with it using GitBash, is it even possible to use curl with axios or in node js?
fetch("https://www.endclothing.com/gb/customeajax/login", { "headers": { "accept": "application/json, text/plain, */*", "accept-language": "en-GB,en-US;q=0.9,en;q=0.8", "content-type": "application/json", "exj5wzxnuf-a": 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all help appreciated, thanks :)
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2020.09.26 20:30 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Analyst I at Management Science Associates Inc. in Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Management Science Associates Inc. is looking for a Data Analyst I in Pittsburgh, PA 15206 with the following skills: SQL, Data Analysis, Database
Overview: Management Science Associates, Inc., (M SA) is a diversified information management company that for over half a century has given market leaders the competitive edge in data management, analytics and... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe484808/data-analyst-i-management-science-associates-inc
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2020.09.26 20:30 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Analyst I at Management Science Associates Inc. in Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Management Science Associates Inc. is looking for a Data Analyst I in Pittsburgh, PA 15206 with the following skills: SQL, Data Analysis, Database
Overview: Management Science Associates, Inc., (M SA) is a diversified information management company that for over half a century has given market leaders the competitive edge in data management, analytics and... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe484808/data-analyst-i-management-science-associates-inc
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2020.09.26 15:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Senior Data Scientist at Vanguard in Malvern, PA

Vanguard is looking for a Senior Data Scientist in Malvern, PA with the following skills: SQL, Product Analytics
Enterprise Advice (E A) is one of Vanguard’s new strategic initiatives, and is uniquely setup to blend business, I T, and product management into a cohesive, dynamic organization. E A’s mission is to... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe424409/senior-data-scientist-vanguard
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2020.09.26 15:45 boinabbc [HIRING] Senior Data Scientist at Vanguard in Malvern, PA

Vanguard is looking for a Senior Data Scientist in Malvern, PA with the following skills: SQL, Product Analytics
Enterprise Advice (E A) is one of Vanguard’s new strategic initiatives, and is uniquely setup to blend business, I T, and product management into a cohesive, dynamic organization. E A’s mission is to... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe424409/senior-data-scientist-vanguard
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2020.09.25 21:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Engineering Lead at St. Luke's University Health Network in Allentown, PA

St. Luke's University Health Network is looking for a Data Engineering Lead in Allentown, PA with the following skills: Big Data, Azure
St. Luke's is proud of the skills, experience and compassion of its employees. The employees of St. Luke's are our most valuable asset! Individually and together, our employees are dedicated... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe596213/data-engineering-lead-st-luke-s-university-health-network
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2020.09.25 21:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Engineering Lead at St. Luke's University Health Network in Allentown, PA

St. Luke's University Health Network is looking for a Data Engineering Lead in Allentown, PA with the following skills: Big Data, Azure
St. Luke's is proud of the skills, experience and compassion of its employees. The employees of St. Luke's are our most valuable asset! Individually and together, our employees are dedicated... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe596213/data-engineering-lead-st-luke-s-university-health-network
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2020.09.25 20:26 KevinPineapple Kevin Pineapple's B.S. IT Review

Hey everyone!
Following in the footsteps of many others--notably u/jwawa and u/wotanwolf, I'd like to offer my writeup on the BS IT program through WGU, and how I completed those classes. I completed it within 1 term, only transferring in 21 credits from completion of certs prior to my start at WGU. A little background about me: I work full-time as the sole IT analyst for a major healthcare company in their downtown office full-time M-F. Most of my time during waking hours was either work, study, or both permitting downtime.
I also want to mention this: There have been several courses where I failed the OA, and had to retake it. That is not because the course itself was difficult, but rather I was under prepared and didn't take the time to slow down and comprehend it properly.
I highly recommend both jwawa's and wotan's guide, as they were my motivators to succeed: https://www.reddit.com/WGU/comments/88nnpw/jwawas_it_course_notes/ (jwawa), https://www.reddit.com/WGU/comments/8izjot/wotans_bs_it_review/ (wotanwolf)
In addition to their wonderful guides, I also used an excel spreadsheet made by u/berge472 located here: https://www.reddit.com/WGU/comments/62lb59/course_progress_tracke; I used this as a means of motivating myself over time, and to show how far I've come.
Start date: 5/1/2020 End Date: 9/25/2020
My Courses
WGU has been a great experience for me, and even now writing this out feels like a dream! There were days where I didn't want to keep going and take a day off, but I held true to my goal of getting it done; Even when I failed my OA's, I became more determined to succeed. My schedule has been roughly the same since I enrolled: I work 7:30 AM - 5 PM M - F, but wake up as early as 4 AM to get a head start on some course work.
The only advice I can give is to breathe. There are going to be moments where you feel like you can't go on anymore, but I promise you, you can get to the other side and get that degree!
Once again I want to thank u/wotanwolf and u/jwawa from the bottom of my heart: You guys inspired me to return to school, and to finish it within 1 term. Thank you guys.
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2020.09.25 20:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Sr Data Analyst at UnitedHealth Group in Horsham, PA 19044

UnitedHealth Group is searching for a Sr Data Analyst in Horsham, PA 19044 with the following skills: SQL, Python, SAS
If you want to achieve more in your mission of health care, you have to be really smart about the business of health care. Challenge yourself, your peers and our... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe177545/sr-data-analyst-unitedhealth-group
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2020.09.25 20:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Sr Data Analyst at UnitedHealth Group in Horsham, PA 19044

UnitedHealth Group is searching for a Sr Data Analyst in Horsham, PA 19044 with the following skills: SQL, Python, SAS
If you want to achieve more in your mission of health care, you have to be really smart about the business of health care. Challenge yourself, your peers and our... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe177545/sr-data-analyst-unitedhealth-group
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2020.09.25 08:19 JauneSiriusWhut BMW: Cool colors edition

BMW has put some nice colors on the recent M models, especially the M4 and M3 F80. This post collects all the cool unique colors on those cars. This is a very subjective list of course, because I excluded the standard colors (so BMW Individual or resprays/wraps only). Color names might not be correct, but it can be pretty hard to see them correctly here. If you have suggestions, feel free!

For colors, check:
https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=953954

M3 F80
Fashion Grey
Toronto - 2018
Vaughan - 2018
Deerfield - 2018
Melbourne - 2019
Mississauga - 2019
Toronto - 2019
Blue
Nijmegen - 2019
Atlantis Blue
London - 2017
Estoril Blue
Amsterdam - 2019
Laguna Seca Blue
Aurora - 2019
Green
Vaughan - 2018
Worcester Park - 2019
Green matte
Vancouver - 2018
Champagne Quartz
St Petersburg - 2018
Green/Grey
Amsterdam - 2019
Nardo Grey/Grigio Telesto
Markham - 2017
New York City - 2017
Los Angeles - 2018
Bellevue - 2018
Bellevue - 2018
London - 2019
Grey matte
Singapore - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Orange
Shenley - 2016
Hornchurch - 2018
Waltham Abbey - 2018
Los Angeles - 2019
Mountain View - 2020
Purple
Singapore - 2018
Purple/Blue pearlescent
New Haven - 2018
Hellrot Red
Dundee - 2019
Imola Red
Fort Lauderdale - 2016
Manhasset - 2018
Santa Monica - 2019
Yellow
Richmond Hill - 2018
Singapore - 2018
Singapore - 2018
Singapore - 2018

M4 Coupe
Santorini Blue
Toronto - 2018
Blue
Seoul - 2018
Camo wrap
Prague - 2017
Green
Mississauga - 2016
Toronto - 2018
Sunny Isles Beach - 2019
Ocean Green
North Miami - 2018
Champagne Quartz
West Hollywood - 2016
London - 2017
Nardo Grey/Grigio Telesto
Oakville - 2016
Melbourne - 2018
Norwood - 2018
Santa Barbara - 2018
Singapore - 2019
Miami - 2019
New York City - 2019
Grey matte
London - 2016
Grey/Blue-ish
Aventura - 2018
Orange
Oklahoma City - 2016
Red
Glendale - 2018
Doral - 2018
Toronto - 2019
Red matte
Tokyo - 2017
Vancouver - 2018
Key Biscayne - 2019
Yellow
Farnham - 2017
Toronto - 2017
Moscow - 2018
Singapore - 2019

M4 Convertible
Blue matte
Melbourne - 2019
Green
Manchester - 2017
Champagne Quartz
Chicago - 2017
Velden am Wörther See - 2018
Rotterdam - 2019
Boca Raton - 2019
Boca Raton - 2019
Orange
Vaughan - 2018
Reading - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Singapore - 2019
Purple
Carmel-by-the-Sea - 2017
Henley-on-Thames - 2018
San Diego - 2018
Red
Laguna Beach - 2016
Dark Red
New Orleans - 2018
Yellow
Taipei - 2019
Thousand Oaks - 2019
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2020.09.25 01:30 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Scientist (Lake Nona-FL) at The AMES Companies in Orlando, FL

The AMES Companies is searching for a Data Scientist (Lake Nona-FL) in Orlando, FL with the following skills: Machine Learning, Modeling
Job Details Description WH Y J OI N T HE A ME S C OM PA NI ES Our employees are our greatest assets! We provide excellent comprehensive benefits.Medical, Dental, Vision, 401 K, Life Insurance, S TD/L TD, Employee Assistance Program, Prescription coverage, Teladoc, Critical illness,... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe282320/data-scientist--lake-nona-fl--the-ames-companies
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2020.09.25 01:30 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Scientist (Lake Nona-FL) at The AMES Companies in Orlando, FL

The AMES Companies is searching for a Data Scientist (Lake Nona-FL) in Orlando, FL with the following skills: Machine Learning, Modeling
Job Details Description WH Y J OI N T HE A ME S C OM PA NI ES Our employees are our greatest assets! We provide excellent comprehensive benefits.Medical, Dental, Vision, 401 K, Life Insurance, S TD/L TD, Employee Assistance Program, Prescription coverage, Teladoc, Critical illness,... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe282320/data-scientist--lake-nona-fl--the-ames-companies
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2020.09.24 06:00 boinabbc [HIRING] Data Analyst at Philips in Monroeville, PA

Philips is searching for a Data Analyst in Monroeville, PA with the following skills: Database, QlikView
Job Title Data Analyst Job Description In this role, you have the opportunity to This role serves R&D in the areas of Portfolio Management data analytics. This position is needed to support the deployment... apply or read more here: https://www.datayoshi.com/offe327500/data-analyst-philips
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