Senate Democrats: Mail-in ballots may delay election night results

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Senate Democrats say the presidential election could be delayed over mail-in ballots being delivered and counted.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota say that if the Postal Service does not receive more federal funding, the election stands less of a chance of being decided on Nov. 3.

Democrats are pushing for universal mail-in balloting as a means for people across the country to cast their votes in a manner that keeps them safe from contracting the coronavirus. But Republicans argue in-person voting is a more efficient and reliable method and voters can remain safe while casting their ballots at the polls.

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