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We are also interested in scenes from across the country.
A teenager who was celebrated for its very first poll. Determined voters queue around the block to make sure their vote is counted. Gunmen disguised as security guards outside a polling station in St. Petersburg, Fla., And high school students, too young to vote themselves, volunteer to run the country’s polling stations amid the pandemic.
In this historic election, which took place during a pandemic and economic crisis, the act of voting took on special significance for many Americans. We want your help in telling these stories.
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