One Big Thing: Do you want to cast your ballot by mail before election day?
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What is it?
- A new nationwide poll by the Washington Post and University of Maryland shows that six out of 10 registered voters are in favor of casting their ballot by mail before election day to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
- Of those in favor of early voting, 32% want to send their ballot through the mail, while 17% want to take their ballot to an election office or place it in a drop box.
Why is it important?
- The new poll’s results show a stark change from voters’ previous perceptions of mail in voting. In 2016, only 26% of votes were cast by mail.
- Many voters have voiced concerns about outbreaks at polls. Nearly half of the poll’s respondents stated that they are worried about infecting family members after voting.
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