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Your Most Paranoid Pandemic Election Questions, Answered

If the 2020 election is canceled, a Vermont senator (no, not that one) could become president

A voter casts his ballot during early voting at the King County Elections processing center on March 9, 2020 in Renton, WA.
A voter casts his ballot during early voting in Washington state. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images

TThe coronavirus pandemic has disrupted life across the United States, forcing more than 297 million people into obeying stay-at-home orders. As the…




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Ben Jacobs is a politics reporter based in Washington. Follow him on Twitter at @bencjacobs.

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