After what feels like a relentless campaign season, U.S. voters are choosing a variety of methods to weigh in on a historic election this fall. The Pew Research Center reports that interest in the election is as high as it has been in two decades. Some national surveys project that the majority of Americans don’t expect to know who has won the presidential election on election night. Tabulation and litigation of millions of mail-in and provisional ballots will likely keep us on our toes in the days – or even weeks – after election day. Regardless of the ballot counts and claims from campaigns after November 3rd, most sources predict a period of anxiety and aggressive political maneuvering will follow.

GPB host and journalist Virginia Prescott will speak with NPR’s Tamara Keith and Sarah McCammon for a discussion on the post-election political landscape. 

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