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Lessons from places that pioneered ways to make voting easier (and secure)

Claims about the validity of the 2020 presidential election inspired a wave of state laws and a debate in Congress over various ways to vote, and whether they're fair and accurate. While the debate may sound new to some, it's been hashed out for years in some corners of America and the rest of the world. Here's what they've learned.

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Lessons from places that pioneered ways to make voting easier (and secure)
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    After 7 years of voting by mail, Colorado voters aren't taken in by absentee ballot drama

    After 7 years of voting by mail, Colorado voters aren't taken in by absentee ballot drama

    Part of the national drama swirling around the Nov. 3 general election is centered on voting by mail. But that’s not the case in Colorado. While some …

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