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Short of Money to Run Elections, Local Authorities Turn to Private Funds

NYTimes.com Friday, 25 September 2020
Cities and states face huge bills to deal with voting during the pandemic. Mark Zuckerberg offered $300 million to help — and conservatives are objecting.
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