GROWING DIVIDE SHOWS 'ELECTABILITY' QUESTION ISN'T GOING ANYWHERE

I've been hearing a new conversation in coffee shops and happy hours around the country. One friend makes their prediction of who will win in November 2020, and the other nods in agreement. But then the voices become hushed as the second person asks, "But do you really think the other side will accept the results?"

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