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Abbas Alawieh, a spokesperson for the group Listen to Michigan, pictured at a coffee shop in Detroit, Mich., on Thursday. Sylvia Jarrus for NPR hide caption

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What could Biden's Israel-Gaza stand mean for his campaign? Michigan is an early test

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A supporter of former President Donald Trump drives past campaign signs for Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley in Irmo, South Carolina. The state's Republican presidential primary is on Feb. 24. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Left: Naomi Harris, 22, is a teacher in Columbia, South Carolina, and is also part of the Union of Southern Service Workers. Right: Tarman-dre Robinson, 24, is a student at Midlands Technical College in Columbia, South Carolina. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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We asked young Black voters about Biden and the Democrats. Here's what we learned

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Voters wait to cast their ballots on Jan. 23 in Loudon, N.H. Shortly before voting began, some voters in the state got calls from a faked version of President Biden's voice urging them not to vote, a sign of the potential that deepfakes could have on the electoral process. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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AI fakes raise election risks as lawmakers and tech companies scramble to catch up

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Young voters focus more on issues than candidates in 2024 presidential election

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President Biden speaks during a campaign rally at Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Va., on Tuesday. Biden's name was not on the Democratic primary ballot in New Hampshire. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Listen to NPR's special coverage of the 2024 New Hampshire presidential primary

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A woman holds up a small U.S. flag during a campaign rally by GOP presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump at the Rochester Opera House on Jan. 21 in Rochester, N.H. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Vice President Harris speaks about reproductive rights on Jan. 22, 2024 in Big Bend, Wis. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Vice President Harris went to Wisconsin today to talk about abortion

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Listen to NPR's special coverage of the 2024 Iowa caucuses

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Then presidential candidate Joe Biden waves to supporters as he finishes speaking during a drive-in campaign rally in Georgia in 2020. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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'Rebuild the base': How the Biden campaign will tackle a possible Trump rematch

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Republican presidential candidates from left, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy during a Republican presidential primary debate hosted by NewsNation on Wednesday at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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5 major takeaways — and one thing missing — from the fourth Republican debate

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Former Republican Representative Liz Cheney talks about her new book, "Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning," with NPR's Leila Fadel Friday during her interview for Morning Edition. NPR hide caption

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Democracy is at stake if Trump is reelected, Liz Cheney warns in her new book

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Former President and 2024 Republican president candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Claremont, N.H., on Saturday. Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Carter King, a student at Dordt University, a Christian college in Sioux Center, Iowa on Nov. 7, 2023. Rachel Mummey for NPR hide caption

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Conservative voters in Iowa are open to moving on from Trump

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