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Twenty-three candidates — only a few of them well-known — are running for at-large seats on the D.C. Council.
Signature verification is the District’s primary safeguard against election fraud — but some voters are worried theirs won’t match up.
What you need to know about the candidates before you vote.
During the 2016 campaign, he repeatedly promised to restore “law and order” to the United States. Four years later, he is promising the same thing, this time as president.
Indian Americans are especially likely to vote when another Indian American is on the ballot -- even more than people of other racial or ethnic identities.
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