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US elections 2020

Trump vs. Biden: Five things to expect on election day

Surge in mail-in ballots and disparate state rules set stage for delays

Historically high voter turnout is expected for the U.S. presidential election.    © Reuters

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK -- Election day is almost here. With a surge in mail-in voting spurred by the pandemic and soaring voter interest, the world is about to witness an unprecedented U.S. presidential election.

At the same time, reported delays in mail deliveries and disparate state rules about vote counting have heightened anxiety about the election as the country remains deeply divided.

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