Election Facts Toolkit

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With tens of millions of Americans expected to vote by mail this year, and with many states prohibiting counting until Election Day, it may be several days or even weeks before we know the outcomes. That’s cause for preparation and patience—but not concern.  

Join us in spreading awareness about what to expect in the days following the election. 

#ElectionFacts

 

 www.uschamber.com/electionfacts

 

Sample Social Posts

  • More than 60 million Americans are expected to vote by mail this year, nearly double the number who voted by mail four years ago. We must prepare to be patient #ElectionFacts www.uschamber.com/electionfacts
  • In 20 states, mail-in ballots postmarked on or before #ElectionDay, that arrive later, will still be counted. We must prepare to be patient #ElectionFacts www.uschamber.com/electionfacts
  • Even under normal circumstances, election outcomes often take time to finalize. In 2000, for example, it took 35 days to determine the presidential election. We must prepare to be patient #ElectionFacts www.uschamber.com/electionfacts
  • Did you know: The deadline for states to certify their electoral college votes is December 14. This year, it may take time. We must prepare to be patient #ElectionFacts www.uschamber.com/electionfacts

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