How election officials and USPS handle mail-in ballots

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Published on 14 Aug 2020, 0:38
The pandemic is pushing more voters to cast ballots by mail. While most evidence shows that voting fraud is extremely rare, President Trump has been claiming the opposite. Now he's criticizing the idea of more funding for the U.S. Postal Service, which congressional Democrats say is needed to support the increase in mail-in voting. William Brangham talks to ProPublica’s Jessica Huseman.

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