Campaigning in the shadow of a pandemic


Typically, Stacey Knoell's relationship with technology was always on a "need-to-know basis."

Now, the Democratic state Senate candidate is getting a crash course in technology as the spread of the coronavirus turns the political world upside down.

"In one week, I've had to sort of become a technological guru," Knoell said.  "I've learned how to use Zoom and Slack and Facebook Live."

Knoell is like many candidates across the political spectrum who are adjusting to a new era of campaigning amid a pandemic threatening the health and lives of millions.

"It's definitely been a . . .


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