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America’s pandemic election: what could go wrong? | The Economist

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America’s 2020 presidential election will be a contest like no other. From the effects of mass mail-in voting to the threat of disinformation and delayed results—how ugly could it get? Sign up to our free webinar The US elections and the economy here: https://econ.st/3cApChN Further content: Sign up to “Checks and Balance”, our weekly newsletter ...

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America’s 2020 presidential election will be a contest like no other. From the effects of mass mail-in voting to the threat of disinformation and delayed results—how ugly could it get? Sign up to our free webinar The US elections and the economy here: https://econ.st/3cApChN Further content: Sign up to “Checks and Balance”, our weekly newsletter on American politics: https://econ.st/3iT2b5z Find The Economist’s latest coverage of the 2020 presidential election in America: https://econ.st/3hZHMec See The Economist’s election forecast here: https://econ.st/2RNTcXB Listen to the “Checks and Balance” podcast on American politics: https://econ.st/2EmBIOU The postal service has become vital to America’s elections: https://econ.st/3a5fV9T Why more mail-in voting doubles the chances of recounts in close states: https://econ.st/2FKhP5i Why an absentee ballot is more likely to be counted if you’re white: https://econ.st/3065tv0 How America’s electoral college favours white voters: https://econ.st/32PsdRI Why Joe Biden could be a surprisingly activist president: https://econ.st/3cp7MOW Donald Trump faces a much bigger task than he did in 2016: https://econ.st/32RNcDD Trump could still win a second term despite his poor odds in election forecasts: https://econ.st/2RL5AYx Why the Supreme Court may tip the 2020 elections: https://econ.st/2EoGT0K Read about the battle for the Supreme Court after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg: https://econ.st/2FULubw
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