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Not all states are converting to a new voting system this year, but all states are being inundated by absentee votes, cast on paper ballots, and some haven’t made allowances to start the tabulating process early. Add to that the fact that some states allow votes to be counted as long as they’re postmarked by Election Day, and the delays mount. All of which means that it could be several days before we know who won the presidential race.

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Election Day is just weeks away and local counties are seeing a brisk turnout with early in-person absentee voting. In Berkeley County they are reporting that since in-person absentee voting started on Oct. 5, there have been 4,807 votes an average of about 600 per day. More still, thousands of requested ballots are starting to arrive in voter’s mailboxes.

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Election Day is just weeks away and local counties are seeing a brisk turnout with early in-person absentee voting. In Berkeley County they are reporting that since in-person absentee voting started on Oct. 5, there have been 4,807 votes an average of about 600 per day. More still, thousands of requested ballots are starting to arrive in voter’s mailboxes.