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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Will Trump and Biden Refuse to Concede if Defeated?
by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)
Trump v. Biden results won't be known for days or weeks post-election because of record early voting by mail or in-person.
According to the US Elections Project, early voting so far reached about 62% of total 2016 turnout as of 12.31 AM Eastern time October 31.
A total of 87.8 million Americans already voted — 30.8 million in-person, 57 million by mail, compared to 33 million of the latter in 2016.
In 12 of the 50 states, early voting exceeds 80% of total votes cast in 2016 — in Texas, Montana, Tennessee, Washington, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Oregon, Nevada, Florida, Arizona, and Hawaii.
Mailed-in ballots must be postmarked no later than election day (November 3).
Only 13 states allow early counting of mail-in ballots: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, Nevad
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