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Primary Election Voters Start a Virus-Era Wait for Results

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Primary Election Voters Start a Virus-Era Wait for ResultsIn states including Michigan, Missouri and Kansas, mail voting was put to the test as some of both parties’ fiercest advocates for their bases competed for the House and Senate.
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