Poll: More than 60% of Pa. voters plan to vote in person

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Judy Delp, left, and David Smith, both of Springettsbury Township, arrive to cast their vote at Commonwealth Fire Company #1 during Primary Election Day in Springettsbury Township, Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Dawn J. Sagert photo

A new poll of Pennsylvania voters found that more than 60 percent plan to vote in person on Election Day.

According to a poll conducted by Franklin & Marshall College, 62% of the 681 registered voters surveyed last week said they plan to vote in person on Nov. 3.

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