Mail-in voting is viewed as the way to go in 2020 elections due to the coronavirus. State and local election administrators are pushing voters to use it.
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The coronavirus pandemic imposed a modification of election methods. This has, in turn, provoked legal battles of potentially historical proportions.
It is becoming increasingly evident that America is unprepared for a COVID-19 election. This is worrying as 1 million votes are at stake.
House Democrats have included $3.6 billion in election funding as part of the $3 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill they rolled out on Tuesday, The Hill.
The coronavirus has complicated the electoral landscape as America heads to polls in November. It has affected voter access in particular.
Experts worry push for 2020 mail voting could leave Native American voters behind. Struggles will include issues like mail access and language barriers.
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.
Due to coronavirus lawmakers are pushing for mail-in ballots ahead of 2020 polls. A battle has erupted over the future of the crippled U.S. Postal Service.
Currently, all Supreme Court conservatives are Republican appointees and all liberals, Democratic. This could have bearing on 2020 electoral disputes.