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In Pennsylvania, signs that Trump's attacks on mail voting could backfire

Reuters Friday, 15 May 2020
With Pennsylvania's June 2 presidential primary fast approaching, local Republican leader Mark Hrutkay took to Facebook to remind supporters they have the option to vote by mail as coronavirus sweeps the state.
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