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What We Know About Voting By Mail

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Alyson Raletz
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made voting by mail more popular among voters who traditionally go to the polls.

The political controversy surrounding voting by mail and absentee ballots makes it a lot easier to do in some states than others.

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