Part of the reason: a few key states will have millions of mail-in ballots to count after in-person voting has concluded. The Supreme Court ruled this week to allow that counting to proceed in two key states, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Election lawyer Ben Ginsberg has been following those cases.
NPR’s Joel Rose reports watchdog groups who normally monitor elections abroad for violence and unrest are turning their sights toward the U.S.
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