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Why election day is always a Tuesday in November

On Tuesday, November 8, millions of Americans will head to the polls to elect a new president, the same way they have on November Tuesdays for hundreds of years. But why is election day always on a Tuesday, and why in November? Produced by Arielle Berger. Original reporting by Lamar Salter. Follow BI Video:   On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
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