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(The New York Times)   There's always a silver lining if you look hard enough - no political canvassers this year   (nytimes.com) divider line
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2020-05-07 4:28:50 PM  
5 votes:
Subby, that means no orgs that register people to vote, and change addresses for people who have moved. It's usually Dem groups that do it, though they pretend there's no political affiliation. You wouldn't believe how many people who don't change their address and get turned away from the new district they're in.
 
2020-05-07 5:16:23 PM  
2 votes:
I canvass and it's usually a nice time.  Idk what people wouldn't like about it.

Every now and then you get a weirdo but usually people like to be visited and listened to.
 
2020-05-07 9:15:58 AM  
2 votes:
So... what are they going to do about the constitutionally mandated census?

They were planning on going door to door starting next month.

Has there been any planning around that, at all?
 
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