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Twitter’s Election Labels return to help you make sense of 2020 elections

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Twitter’s Election Labels return to help you make sense of 2020 elections

Twitter's Election Labels return to help you make sense of 2020 elections

With 2020 around the corner, it’s about that time to actually start paying attention to who’s running for what. That’s why Twitter is bringing back its Elections Labels feature, which provides you with information on political candidates.

If this sounds familiar, that’s because the social media platform first introduced the feature last year during the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. Starting on Thursday, Twitter will now start verifying candidates for U.S. Senate, House, and governor races.

On each candidate’s Twitter profile, you’ll see a small ballot box icon, the office they’re running for, as well as their state and district number. The label will also appear under the politician’s handle whenever they tweet or retweet from their accounts.  Read more…

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