An Unprecedented Election Season Ends The Way It Began: With Voters Locked In

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Consider This : An Unprecedented Election Season Ends The Way It Began: With Voters Locked In Image

An Unprecedented Election Season Ends The Way It Began: With Voters Locked In

NPR political correspondents Tamara Keith and Asma Khalid reflect on an election season shaped by unprecedented events: a global pandemic, President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis, and the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — none of which seemed to dramatically change the shape of the race.

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