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The pivotal post-Election Day dates you need to know

CBS News Monday, 26 October 2020
The pivotal post-Election Day dates you need to knowLong after the "I voted" stickers go into the trash, there are a series of deadlines outlined in federal law and the Constitution that dictate what happens between Election Day and the inauguration.
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