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Las consecuencias de la lucha Republicana para no certificar al nuevo presidente podrían obstaculizar los esfuerzos de recaudación de fondos a medida que las empresas se alejan de las contribuciones políticas.
Un sistema en línea permitió a los habitantes de Carolina del Norte rastrear sus votaciones por correo, pero creó confusión para algunos votantes.
Fallout from the vote to certify the new president could hinder future fundraising efforts as companies back away from political contributions.