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Absentee ballot anxiety hits American expats voting abroad amid a pandemic and changes at the USPS

USATODAY.com Sunday, 13 September 2020
Americans living abroad vote largely via absentee ballot. COVID-19 has meant complex restrictions and delays. USPS changes add to the uncertainty.
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