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Even though the winner of the presidential contest is still in doubt, many voters and officials say the Oregon's mail-in voting system is a success. As NPR's Tom Goldman reports, voter participation in Oregon was an estimated 81-percent, the best showing since 1960. And while some voters may miss the ritual of voting at a polling place, they say the mail-in system is convenient and allows more time to reflect on important choices.

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