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Pennsylvania postal worker whose claims have been cited by top Republicans as potential evidence of widespread voting irregularities has recanted.
Vote-counting continues in many states and counters are under pressure and others under threats. But many of them say they won’t allow anyone to stop them.
Election day Tuesday 3, 2020, went off with little more than a few glitches contrary to fears that it would be chaotic following a chaotic campaign.
Trump has tried to delegitimize ballots counted after the elections on November 3rd. However, vote counting after elections has been common practice by states in the past.
We expect polling places to be formalised settings where voters exercise their voting rights. But there are some unusual polling places.
To address the political crisis after Lansana Conté, Guine adopted presidential term limits. Yet President Condé sought a third term in Sunday’s polls.
Voters are still facing major barriers to voting in several states including in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa and Kentucky.
As a result of the social-distancing rules due to the pandemic, cities are turning to hotels to provide space for voters to exercise their civic duty.
Trump is using minor issues such as the nine ballots discarded in Pennsylvania and people being sent double ballots to spread concern.