Democrats are arguing that for the November elections to run smoothly, the new economic stimulus package must contain funds for mail-in and absentee-voting.
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Voters and stakeholders are asking for the expanded use of vote by mail during coronavirus. However, this election method has a number of risks.
This isn’t the first time the U.S. has had to go to polls in a time of crisis. Elections occurred during economic catastrophes and during both world wars.
Coronavirus has forced states with stringent absentee ballot requirements to source ways to ease the use of this voting method ahead of November 2020 polls.
There is a consensus that mail voting should be used during coronavirus. Can election officials make it happen before the November 2020 polls?
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the leading advocacy group for minimizing reliance on in-person voting has released a new guide for constituencies.
The coronavirus has imposed a shift in calendar dates for the primaries. So far its six states but other states are considering making similar changes.
The coronavirus is the source of major changes in election methods. $2B may be the price for nationwide coronavirus-ready elections.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic many American voters prefer mail-in voting. Democrats have introduced a bill in Congress to promote this election method.
The coronavirus has forced a modification of elections procedures. States are under pressure to clarify the new procedures that have been adopted.