A record-breaking 160 million Americans voted in the 2020 presidential election, despite the Covid-19 pandemic’s continued spread across the country.
Voters across the country talked to Vox about their motivations to vote in this high-stakes election despite the challenges: waits in hours-long lines, navigating misinformation on social media, safety at the polls and their decisions whether to mail in or drop off their ballots.
For more information about the election, including up-to-date results, analysis, and news, check out Vox’s hub for election-related content: https://www.vox.com/2020
Note: The headline of this video has been updated. It was previously titled “How it felt to vote in 2020.”
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