Coronavirus and the 2020 Election
Would you support in-absentia (Mail-in ballots, online voting, etc...) voting if in-person voting is unsafe in November?
The coronavirus outbreak continues to shut down businesses and stop people’s everyday lives which has raised a host of questions about how to proceed with the 2020 elections. With social distancing in effect throughout the country, some states have already postponed their primary elections but many are still unsure how to proceed. If COVID-19 continues to prohibit movement in the fall, experts across the political spectrum have offered their opinions and suggestions ranging from only voting via mail-in ballot to postponing the 2020 November election.
Answer the short quiz above to share your thoughts and check out some ideas on ways the electoral process can move forward in a timely manner:
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