By Ryan P. Burge | Christianity Today
Published in November of 2020
SUMMARY: Five practical tips – from not trusting the exit polls to being patient to which demographics to focus on – to separate the facts from the hype during election day.
KEY QUOTE: “It’s fair to say that we’ve never had an election quite like the one that will occur on November 3, 2020. Grab an extra helping of snacks, muster as much patience as you can, say a prayer or two for our country, and be willing to accept the possibility that you may not go to bed tonight knowing who the winner of the race is going to be.”
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