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How Mail-In Voting Became a Democratic Electoral Strategy

Republicans tend to vote in person. RNC surveys of voters showed that many of their voters

had complete distrust of voting by mail. Democrats strongly preferred to vote by mail, and the vote-by-mail system was becoming a major part of the Democratic Party's GOTV operation. Regardless of fraud and other concerns, the press saw the success of the mail-in ballot effort for what it was: an effort to turn out more Democratic voters.

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