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It is misleading to suggest that the norm is to have all election results in on election night. There are often enough votes cast to predict an outcome, but historically has taken days and weeks, to count all votes cast. The biased posing of this question reflects a partisan leaning to discredit the results. A record turnout occurring during a virtually unchecked pandemic is revealing of how unpopular the autocratic and irresponsible executive in the White House is. Your vote is your primary right in a democracy. When they are all finally tallied is immaterial.

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