How Could Vote-By-Mail Impact the Election? Look at Michigan

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Vote-by-mail has become one of the most contentious issues of the 2020 election. But while battles rage on social media and in the courts, a group of bipartisan Michigan election officials worry they won’t have the time or resources to ensure results on election night.
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2 weeks ago • NYTimes.com

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