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The vote-counting software has been the subject of conspiracy theories about Democrats ‘stealing the election.’
The site has not made a call on the outcome of the Keystone state.
The pharma giant did not take federal money for research and development, but it did sign an advance purchase agreement.
Workers are transcribing votes from damaged ballots onto clean ones, and they are being watched by bipartisan poll workers.
Yes, but it’s not unusual.
The state’s tabulating machines can read Sharpie ink just fine.
Minnesota has same-day voter registration.
The Erie County Voter Registration Office says the man behind a viral post is not registered in the state.
Hospitals do get a premium for treating COVID patients but there is no evidence deaths are being inflated.