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Voter guide 2020: Polls now open on Election Day
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Voter guide 2020: Polls now open on Election Day

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In Tulsa County, a record number of absentee ballots for a presidential year primary have been requested, some polling locations have moved and hundreds of poll workers — many of them elderly — decided not to risk infection.

For those voting in person, the key things to know are wear a mask and allow plenty of time. It might also be a good idea to make sure your precinct isn’t one of about 30 voting in a new location.

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Veteran politics reporter Randy Krehbiel talks to Tulsa World Editor Jason Collington about what to expect on Election day and what the Tulsa World will provide readers Tuesday night on tulsaworld.com and Wednesday morning in the newspaper.

If your candidate doesn't win, you do not owe the victor your love or your unquestioned allegiance, the editorial says. You owe that to your nation, which means you should respect the democratic process by giving the winners a fair chance to do the duties they are elected to — debating their policies zealously when appropriate, but respecting the exercise of legitimate authority.

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