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Trump: Mail-in voting doesn't work well for Republicans

SeattlePI.com Wednesday, 8 April 2020
President Trump warns that voting  "doesn't work out well for Republicans."  An in-person Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, held in the middle of the VOVID-19 pandemic, did not work out well for voters.

Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Utah and Hawaii vote entirely by mail.  No fraud complaints.
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