2020 campaigns go digital amid fears of coronavirus spread

BRIAN SLODYSKO, ALEXANDRA JAFFE and ZEKE MILLER Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — No more rallies. No more door-knocking. And no more in-person fundraisers, raking in dollars from dozens of millionaires at once. The coronavirus has disrupted American life, and the 2020 presidential campaign is no exception. Amid calls for social distancing to stop the pandemic's spread, President Donald Trump and Democrats Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have had little choice but to call off large-scale public events in favor of politicking online and over the airwaves. Gone are the rope lines, selfies with supporters and entourages of traveling press. They're being replaced — for now — with tools of the digital w
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