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What Twitter’s Number Whisperers Are Saying About the Election

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You’ve been doom-scrolling for months, and now Election Day is almost here. We’ve seen record-breaking numbers of early voting, and courts working overtime to squash that vote. If you’re as anxious about this election as we are and are dying to know what it all means, we’ve got you covered (as best we can).

We’ve rounded up a list of Twitter users who are reporters, polling gurus, and close-readers—both nationally and in key states—and will be tweeting furiously about early voting, turnout, and returns. On the left you’ll see the national tweeters, and on the right the key states ones.

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