Published:  12:02 AM, 08 November 2019

Worldwide waffling

Worldwide waffling

Former U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman appeared intent Tuesday evening on proving that he can still win an election, as he held a six-point lead in the five-way race for Aurora mayor. The former congressman had just over 38% of the vote while his closest competitor, Omar Montgomery, was claiming a 33% share of the tally. The rest of the field had less than 20% of the vote apiece - Ryan Frazier had 16.5%; Marsha Berzins, 11%; and Renie Peterson, less than 2%.

PUBG Mobile Season 10 will roll out globally on November 9. Ahead of its official release, numerous leaks have revealed what to expect from PUBG Mobile Season 10. The latest leak reveals a new PUBG Mobile character called 'Sara' who loves vehicles. Previous leaks suggested 'Sara' as a new voice chat model in Season 10. Mr Ghost Gaming's latest video on PUBG Mobile details the new character in the battle royale game. Similar to Victor, Sara will also have a unique tactical advantage. The video also highlighted different costumes and emotes for Sara. There are also a number of catchphrases for Sara like "You're as important to me as an engine in a car."

The New South Wales police minister, David Elliott, has defended the practice of strip-searching minors, saying he would want police to strip-search his children if they were suspected of breaking the law. Guardian Australia revealed that in the last three years police in NSW have strip-searched 122 girls, including two 12-year-olds. The shocking figures were obtained by the Redfern Legal Centre under freedom of information laws and come as the state's police watchdog investigates the potentially illegal strip-search of a 16-year-old girl at a music festival in 2018.

Virginia Democrats continued their winning streak under President Trump and took full control of the statehouse for the first time in more than two decades. Suburban voters turned out in big numbers to back Democratic candidates, continuing a trend of once GOP-friendly suburbs turning blue. This is the third election in a row in which Democrats made significant gains since Trump was elected. "I'm here to officially declare today, November 5, 2019, that Virginia is officially blue," Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam told a crowd of supporters in Richmond. Of the four states with legislative elections this year, Virginia is the only one where control of the statehouse was up for grabs.

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