This story is from NBC News by Alex Seitz-Wald:
President Donald Trump’s home county in Florida is planning to send vote-by-mail request forms to all of its voters, adding it to the list of Democratic population centers in swing states that have taken steps to expand ballot access during the coronavirus crisis.
Miami-Dade and Broward counties, as well as Palm Beach County, where Trump is registered to vote at his Mar-a-Lago Club, all plan to send vote-by-mail request forms to their voters. The three neighboring South Florida counties together account for more than a quarter of the electorate in the critical battleground state.
In Wisconsin, another key swing state, the Milwaukee Common Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to send absentee ballot applications and postage-paid return envelopes to all registered voters in the city after the state’s troubled election this month may have infected some voters with the coronavirus, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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