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How to Vote
2020 has thrown us quite a few curveballs. Like most aspects of our lives, the act of voting has been vastly complicated by the coronavirus pandemic. It’s hard to predict what the COVID-19 infection rate will be like on Nov. 3, or whether parts of the country might be in some form of lockdown again. While in previous years, Flipboard’s “How to Vote” magazine would be a “build-it-and-you’re-done” affair for our editors, this year, we’re finding ourselves constantly updating this guide as the process of voting itself has become an evolving news story. Understandably, many citizens have concerns about standing in potentially long lines at sometimes crowded polling places. Many plan to vote by mail, and some states have modified their laws to make it easier to vote remotely. Experts predict more absentee and mail-in ballots will be cast than ever before. Many more are expected to take advantage of early in-person voting. Enter President Trump, who has suggested that…