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This U.S. Election Could Be the Most Secure Yet. Here’s Why. | 2020 Election

With early voting underway, states are working to reassure voters that their ballots will be counted as cast. Our video shows how states’ responses to Russian hacking and the coronavirus crisis have helped make the election more secure than ever.

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    Literally the 1% people who reading. May your family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦Live more than 100 year with good health #💖💖💖………

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    in the uk i put a cross on a bit of paper with a pen. seems to work fine

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    I cant process how U.S privitized voting industry

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    Art by Jeremy Maya Robinson

    It better be. VOTE!

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    The two party system is inefficient.

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    Voting won't be secure until the people's votes matter. Gerrymandering must be stopped. A republican president hasn't won the popular vote in over 20 years, yet how many republican presidents have we had in that time? The people's will is not being served. There is no honor or security in this voting system.

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    my comment got deleted wat 😮

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