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Election Officials Are Quitting & Retiring Early from Fallout Over 2020

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FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020, file photo, election challengers yell as they look through the windows of the central counting board as police were helping to keep additional challengers from entering due to overcrowding, in Detroit. There is no shortage of job openings for election officials in Michigan. And Pennsylvania. And Wisconsin. After facing waves of threats and intimidation during the 2020 election and its aftermath, county officials who run elections are quitting or retiring early as the once quiet job has become a minefield because of the baseless claims of fraud pushed by former President Donald Trump and much of the Republican Party. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)

Election Officials Are Quitting & Retiring Early from Fallout Over 2020

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