Colbert: "And it's all coming down to a few states where they're still counting votes: North Carolina, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. A hybrid mix of the Sun Belt and the Rust Belt that I'm calling the ___ Belt."
Be indebted to
Writing from admirers, for short
Target of a Republican owner?
It has two of them
Moo ___ pork
Set of candidates
Colbert: "Plus, the president of the United States can't ask for voting to stop. Voting is America's whole thing. That's like Arby's changing their slogan to "We must ___."
Phillips Brewing Company blackberry beer with a T-Rex on the label
Trump's are shrinking by the hour
It can be lit in certain bars
It's a sign not to turn back
Colbert: "In D.C., voters passed a measure to decriminalize the use of magic mushrooms. Now that is... wait a second... are we sure they didn't decriminalize mushrooms 4 years ago and this was ___?"
The US liked him in 1952
"___ Married an Axe Murder"
"___ a crook!", infamous Nixon line
Duff Beer seller
Colbert: "Social distancing at the polls was particularly difficult in Rhode Island because if you stand 6 feet away from the next guy, you're in ___."
Cuban revolutionary and t-shirt icon Guevara
It's loved in Italy
Something we may never hear from Donald Trump
Dentists with older magazines, according to Jerry Seinfeld
Refuse to accept (Why does that seem relevant today? Hmmm)
Sucking. Or blowing
When Sean Connery arrived at Wimbledon (RIP)
Egg on, say
Joni Ernst's state
"___ and away!"
Just a little electricity
Archaic "You heard me."
Moving of votes, say
Phishing haul, for short
Chrysler Building art style
Words from the first to 270
Of a large Eurasian language family
Was on the ballot
I imagine many young men do it for the first time on Prom night
Not having a key
Informal description of someone undercover
Throw cold water on, say
Animal whose name comes from the same stem that gives us the word "water"
Song recently played at Trump rallies (The fact that's it's a gay anthem is apparently lost on them)
Black Swan actress Kunis
The amount of time until the election is over, seemingly