It's the great political bet of 2020.
Knock or don't knock.
It's a simple — if not mundane — decision that could decide the fate of legislative candidates tip-toeing through the minefield of COVID-19 politics.
As COVID-19 cases continue escalating, candidates must decide how they should approach potential voters at the doorstep.
Do they knock, knowing they might alienate someone who fears for their health?
Or do they drop a pamphlet, leaving behind the chance to make a vital personal connection that would produce a vote?
"It's so tricky," said Democratic candidate Cole Fine, who . . .