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How Barrett and the Court Fight Are Influencing Swing Voters

NYTimes.com Monday, 28 September 2020
Americans who are still making up their minds in the presidential contest are weighing a complex set of issues and applying a range of viewpoints to the two candidates. They don’t fit neatly into partisan stereotypes.
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