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But now that money is running out and daily Covid-19 cases are at an all time high. With the presidential election on Tuesday, Diane asked Damian Paletta, economics editor at the Washington Post, what voters are thinking as they mail in their ballots or head to the polls.
- Damian Paletta Economics editor, The Washington Post
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