What The 2020 Presidential Election Means For Our Future : Code Switch Election Day has come and gone, but we're still awhile away from knowing what the outcome will be. But while there's a lot we don't about the results, we do know that this election will tell us a lot about what our electorate looks like. With some help from our friends at NPR's politics podcast, we're looking at what happened, and waiting with bated breath to see what this portends for the future.
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We ... Don't Know Anything Yet

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We ... Don't Know Anything Yet

We ... Don't Know Anything Yet

We ... Don't Know Anything Yet

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Election Day has come and gone, but we're still awhile away from knowing what the outcome will be. But while there's a lot we don't about the results, we do know that this election will tell us a lot about what our electorate looks like. With some help from our friends at NPR's politics podcast, we're looking at what happened, and waiting with bated breath to see what this portends for the future.

Election workers load ballots into a sorting machine on Election Day at the King County Elections Office in Renton, Wash. Jason Redmond/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Election workers load ballots into a sorting machine on Election Day at the King County Elections Office in Renton, Wash.

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