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DNC chair says early-vote numbers point to enthusiasm for Democrats

CBS News Sunday, 18 October 2020
Perez said Joe Biden is now competing with President Trump in states like Arizona, Texas, Ohio and Iowa.
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Trump rehashes unsubstantiated voter fraud charges

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Ditch the Electoral College? It's a bad plan — rural interests might never matter again.

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