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CBS News 20 Oct 2020

Early voting begins in Wisconsin as the state sees a surge in new coronavirus cases


Early voting began in Wisconsin on Tuesday, as the state grapples with a recent surge in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. CBS News campaign reporter Adam Brewster discusses some of the safety measures in place at polling locations and how the key swing state is still up for grabs.

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