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In 2016, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, and his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, celebrate after accepting the Republican nomination for president at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Christopher Evans/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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Located less than an hour outside Madison, Wis., Columbia County has both city commuters and people in more rural, small towns. Portage, with a population of around 10,000, is the largest town in the county. Jeongyoon Han/NPR hide caption

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One voted Biden. One picked Trump. It's a tale of two counties in pivotal Wisconsin

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Four "American Indicators," people who represent different parts of the economy in different parts of the country, talk about their politics as the presidential election looms. Courtesy of Arch City Defenders, Winton Machine Company, Bhavesh Patel and the Just One Project hide caption

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Four 'American Indicators' share their view of the U.S. economy — and their politics

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Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally outside Schnecksville Fire Hall in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania. Andrew Harnik/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's anti-abortion stance helped him win in 2016. Will it hurt him in 2024?

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A new poll found presumptive nominees President Biden and former President Donald Trump in a statistical tie for a 2024 rematch, with Biden narrowly ahead. Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images hide caption

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Jason Palmer, a relatively unknown Democratic presidential candidate, won the Democratic primary in American Samoa. He's seen here in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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There's no guarantee Donald Trump, Joe Biden or Nikki Haley will share a debate stage this year. Win McNamee and Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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So long, presidential debates? Why we may not see Trump, Biden or Haley face off

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