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U.S. Elections 2020

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Voting by mail

How the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the concept of voting by mail to the forefront of political discussion.

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2020 U.S. ELECTION: What you need to know right now

Will your mail ballot count? That depends on where you're voting, even within the same state. Unequal treatment of ballots by local election workers tasked with enforcing mail-in rules is a growing worry ahead of the Nov. 3 election, a Reuters special report reveals.