The Joe Biden campaign has changed course on in-person canvassing, deciding after the debate Tuesday night to resume knocking on doors after not doing so since coronavirus shutdowns began in March.
Just weeks ago, the campaign criticized Trump’s campaign for doing in-person canvassing, saying it was “risky” to volunteers to have direct contact with the voting public.
The Biden campaign said it would put safety first, but didn’t want to continue to give Trump an advantage.
Some Americans have been hard to get in touch with on the phone, which may have prompted the return to knocking on doors.
Several hundred volunteers are starting their canvassing efforts this weekend in swing states like Nevada, Michigan, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania.
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