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Amid Flood Of News, Voters Appear Locked In On Their Presidential Choices

NPR Friday, 11 September 2020
For many, this election is a "clear choice." Here's what voters said in interviews in six key swing states about President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
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The end of Labor Day weekend is often described as the true start of the presidential campaign, a time when voters start to really focus on their choice. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller looks at the latest poll.

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