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Is it over?

We have remarked upon the large number of voters (up to 40 percent) who will vote before Nov. 8, either by absentee or early ballot. The prevalence of these options means the candidate who is behind — Donald Trump — is under added pressure to quickly change the perception of the race. However, we are […]
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