The U.S. Postal Service would be vital to expanded vote-by-mail during coronavirus. But the service is struggling, which could hurt mail-in election.
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Before college campuses emptied out for the pandemic, students and faculty alike were demanding they be empty on one specific day: election day.
An anti-Trump group within the GOP is pushing for voting by mail through a new ad which it shared exclusively with The Hill on Thursday.
Experts worry push for 2020 mail voting could leave Native American voters behind. Struggles will include issues like mail access and language barriers.
Advocacy for mail by voting during coronavirus is gaining more steam as 800 public health experts call on Congress to fund it.
A new poll shows that an overwhelming number of Americans are in support of vote-by-mail during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus has affected America’s electoral landscape. A major concern is if Americans will lose their right to vote during the pandemic.
The coronavirus has had a negative impact on voter registration. Democrats are set to lose out as a result. But they are not the only ones to make losses.
How will the coronavirus influence voting? This has been the principal if not the only concern of the American voter since the outbreak of the pandemic.
The expansion of vote-by-mail has become a popular demand since the outbreak of the coronavirus. Implementing it may, however, be tougher than it seems.