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The 2020 general election countdown continues with only five days until voters will head to the polls.

With so much unknown during this year’s presidential election, the nonpartisan group, Common Cause Pennsylvania is reminding voters of what is and isn’t allowed at the polls

With over 2,000 volunteers spread out across the state, the Pennsylvania Election Protection Coalition is ready to help people cast their vote. Because of the interest in this year’s election, there are over four times as many volunteers as there were in 2018.

“What we can do as the nonpartisan election coalition is A: that every eligible voter can cast and ballot and doesn’t have to walk a gauntlet to do so. They can have a positive experience at the polls. And B: every single one of those ballots, whether it is cast by mail, dropped at a drop box whether it is voted in person on election day, gets counted as part of the total,” said Common Cause PA executive director, Suzanna Almeida.

The 2020 general election countdown continues with only five days until voters will head to the polls.

With so much unknown during this year’s presidential election, the nonpartisan group, Common Cause Pennsylvania is reminding voters of what is and isn’t allowed at the polls

With over 2,000 volunteers spread out across the state, the Pennsylvania Election Protection Coalition is ready to help people cast their vote. Because of the interest in this year’s election, there are over four times as many volunteers as there were in 2018.

“What we can do as the nonpartisan election coalition is A: that every eligible voter can cast and ballot and doesn’t have to walk a gauntlet to do so. They can have a positive experience at the polls. And B: every single one of those ballots, whether it is cast by mail, dropped at a drop box whether it is voted in person on election day, gets counted as part of the total,” said Common Cause PA executive director, Suzanna Almeida.

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