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Biden’s homestretch ambition both encourages and unsettles Democrats.

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Joe Biden’s decision to campaign in Iowa and Georgia in the waning days of the campaign has unsettled Democrats who want him to focus on more crucial states like Pennsylvania.
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