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Sat Mar 28, 2020, 10:04 AM Mar 2020

How many people seriously believe we will not have an election in November and why? [View all]

Under what circumstances would we not be able to have an election?

12 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
For some reason, martial law could be declared and people ordered to stay at home?
0 (0%)
Trump could sign an executive order calling off the election?
0 (0%)
The Congress could vote to delay the elections to a future date?
0 (0%)
The voting system could be so corrupted that it would not be reliable?
0 (0%)
There will be some catastrophe that will interrupt the process?
1 (8%)
It's all a bunch of malarkey and a record number will go to the polls?
0 (0%)
Donald Trump and the Republicans will be replaced by Democrats with huge majorities?
1 (8%)
Treat your vote like gold and make sure all your friends go to the polls?
0 (0%)
Do not buy into the propaganda that there will not be an election?
10 (83%)
There will be an election or there will be a revolt?
0 (0%)
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