EXPLAINER: Slow U.S. election count mostly for good reasons
WASHINGTON — The slow pace of this year’s U.S. election count is fueling a lot of criticism, but it’s mostly a reflection of laudable things: greater voter enthusiasm and steps that states took to protect their residents from COVID-19.
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