September 8, 2020 4:06 PM
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A Senate race may be a toss-up in Arizona, a coronavirus hot spot. Latino and retired voters — groups the virus hit disproportionately hard — explain how their experience is informing their votes.
Health care is taking a bigger role in down-ballot races this fall, especially as the Supreme Court is set to hear another case that could determine the fate of the Affordable Care Act.
Some voters are denouncing President Trump for the way he handled his COVID-19 diagnosis, while others are defending him, reflecting the political divide over how he's handled the pandemic as a whole.
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