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Facebook election 2020: Mark Zuckerberg online registration drive signs up record 4.4 million voters

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Facebook election 2020: Mark Zuckerberg online registration drive signs up record 4.4 million votersFacebook has helped register 4.4 million voters, surpassing Mark Zuckerberg's goal for the November presidential election and setting a new record.
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