From the New York Times:
The new county with the longest streak of picking presidential winners is Clallam County, Wash., population 77,000, which has gotten every election right since 1980 — 10 times in a row, according to Ballotpedia, which tracks U.S. political statistics.
Mr. Biden won Clallam County by about 2,400 votes — a margin of 5.5 percentage points, giving it a claim to the nation’s longest presidential streak and ensuring that Port Angeles, its largest city, becomes a destination for a certain type of political reporter in 2024.
Port Angeles is the jumping off point for our regular ferry trip get-aways to Victoria, British Columbia. I digress, but if the border doesn’t open soon, I may not be responsible for my actions.