Will previously unregistered voters be the difference in U.S. Senate runoffs? | States of America

Are the U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia, in which the balance of power in the upper chamber is held, so close that they could be decided by voters who were not registered on Election Day in November, but will be for the runoff? Susan Page talks with Manny Rin of the New Voters Project about their efforts to get new voters on the rolls.
RELATED: More on Georgia runoff voter registration: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2020/11/23/georgia-senate-runoff-race-register-vote-date/6358802002/

Congress breathed some life into negotiations over a new coronavirus stimulus package this week, but will it be too late and will the clock run out before Congress goes on the holiday break and a new Congress is sworn-in in January? USA TODAY congressional reporter Nicholas Wu fills us in on that details.

Did misinformation and disinformation once again play a role in our elections process, and if so, can it be prevented from being so influential? Also, are their specific groups that are more vulnerable to the spread of incorrect information, regardless of the intent.

Finally, some minority and marginalized groups want representation in president-elect Joe Biden’s administration, including key cabinet picks. Biden has promised diversity, but can he actually make all groups happy? Nicholas Wu joins us to discuss his reporting on the jockeying for spots.

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