(NPR) Pence’s Chief Of Staff Has The Coronavirus. Pence Will Continue To Campaign

Pence’s Chief Of Staff Has The Coronavirus. Pence Will Continue To Campaign


Pence's Chief Of Staff Has The Coronavirus. Pence Will Continue To Campaign

Marc Short, the chief of staff to the vice president, listens to Pence speak during a White House event in September. Short is the latest aide to test positive for the coronavirus.

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Pence’s Chief Of Staff Has The Coronavirus. Pence Will Continue To Campaign



Marc Short, the top aide to Vice President Pence, is the latest White House official to get the coronavirus. Pence, who tested negative, plans to continue his breakneck campaign travel schedule.


(NPR) Pence Chief Of Staff Tests Positive For The Coronavirus

Pence Chief Of Staff Tests Positive For The Coronavirus


Pence Chief Of Staff Tests Positive For The Coronavirus

Marc Short, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday, a Pence spokesman confirmed.

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Pence Chief Of Staff Tests Positive For The Coronavirus



Marc Short, the top aide to Vice President Pence, entered quarantine after testing positive on Saturday, Pence’s office said. Pence, who tested negative, will continue his campaign travel.


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(NPR) With Stops In 4 Key States, Biden And Trump Bring Their Closing Arguments To Voters

With Stops In 4 Key States, Biden And Trump Bring Their Closing Arguments To Voters


With Stops In 4 Key States, Biden And Trump Bring Their Closing Arguments To Voters

President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Lumberton, N.C.

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With Stops In 4 Key States, Biden And Trump Bring Their Closing Arguments To Voters



The approach the two candidates are taking in this final leg of the campaign mirrors the divergent narratives they’re trying to convey about the pandemic and the choice voters face this fall.


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(NPR) Robocalls, Rumors And Emails: Last-Minute Election Disinformation Floods Voters

Robocalls, Rumors And Emails: Last-Minute Election Disinformation Floods Voters


Robocalls, Rumors And Emails: Last-Minute Election Disinformation Floods Voters

Voters fill out their ballots in Miami this week. Pandemic-driven changes to voting have led to a flood of disinformation about the election process.

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Robocalls, Rumors And Emails: Last-Minute Election Disinformation Floods Voters



Dirty tricks and disinformation have been used to intimidate and mislead voters in the past. But they have been especially pervasive this year amid a chaotic and contentious election.