Why We May Not Know Who Wins On Election Night | NPR Politics

There’s a good chance we won’t know who won the presidency on election night this year, but that doesn’t mean there’s a problem in the voting system. NPR’s Miles Parks explains why we need to watch out for misinformation and reset our expectations heading into November.

• Read "This November, Election Night Could Stretch Into Election Week Or Month" at https://www.npr.org/2020/06/13/875811989/this-november-election-night-could-stretch-into-election-week-or-month

• Read "Race For A (Ballot) Cure: The Scramble To Fix Absentee-Ballot Problems" at https://www.npr.org/2020/10/19/924705412/race-for-a-ballot-cure-the-scramble-to-fix-minor-absentee-ballot-problems


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