A pandemic vote will take a longer time to tally. The delay shows the system is working.

The Charlotte Observer

The fact of the matter is, however, that elections are almost never “decided” on election day. As Trevor Potter, the former Republican chair of the Federal Elections Commission has noted, all that is ever reported by the news media on election day is a “partial estimate” of the outcome. Actual election outcomes aren’t certified until often weeks later.

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