If there is one thing both campaigns in this year’s U.S. presidential election can agree on, it is the success of the get-out-the-vote drive. Record turnouts brought the candidates more votes than ever before in history. But while Donald Trump’s Republican campaign employed the traditional tactic of sending canvassers door-to-door and holding large indoor rallies, Joe Biden’s, in accordance with social-distancing measures, was almost entirely virtual. Mr. Biden’s success means the onus is now on Democrats to show they can repeat those efforts, with run-offs for two pivotal Georgia Senate votes scheduled for January.”

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