Associated Press
Associated Press 13 Oct 2020

Energized Texans head to polls amid pandemic


Even as COVID-19 rages on, Texas voters will head to the polls. Democrats and Republicans alike say they'll risk exposure to the coronavirus to make their votes count, showing more concern about fraud than the virus. (Oct. 13)

As Americans head to the polls in what might be a historical 2020 Election Day, Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden are still campaigning and trying to convince undecided voters to cast a ballot.
Coronavirus has kept schools in India closed for more than 7 months, affecting about 200 million children. Now, many of them are going to work to help ease their family's financial hardships. Arshad Zargar reports on how India is dealing with its child labor pandemic.
Millions are voting in the parliamentary elections in Kyrgyzstan, often described as being more democratic than its other ex-Soviet neighbours.
But widespread allegations of election rigging are already throwing doubt over the legitimacy of the vote.

Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek.
The Governor of California sent in an early vote Thursday near the state's capital. NewsNet's Danielle Radin

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