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How will the 2020 Presidential Election impact the insurance industry this year and years to come?

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A pedestrian wearing a protective mask in front of boarded up businesses in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. After being caught off guard during nationwide social unrest this summer and suffering millions in damages, retailers are prepping for another possible bout of vandalism on Election Day. (Photo: Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg) A pedestrian wearing a protective mask in front of boarded-up businesses in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020. After being caught off guard during nationwide social unrest this summer and suffering millions in damages, retailers are prepping for another possible bout of vandalism on Election Day. (Photo: Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — On Election Day, Rodeo Drive will be in lockdown, with cars and pedestrians blocked from its luxury boutiques. Along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, barriers will control crowds. New York’s Fifth Avenue is staying open but will quickly shutter if unrest erupts.

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