How Many People Have Already Voted In 2020 Election? : The NPR Politics Podcast Early voting is way up in 2020. But conspiracy theories spread by the president and protests at polling places have spooked some voters, and changed how some plan to cast their ballots.

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Two Million Americans Have Already Voted

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Two Million Americans Have Already Voted

Two Million Americans Have Already Voted

Two Million Americans Have Already Voted

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Two million Americans have already voted in the 2020 presidential election. Early voting is way up in 2020. But conspiracy theories spread by the president and protests at polling places have spooked some voters, and changed how some plan to cast their ballots.

Life Kit: How To Cast Your Ballot

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