This story is by the staff of The Fulcrum:
Amid a national consensus that casting your ballot while “social distancing” is a best practice during the coronavirus outbreak, the leading advocacy group for minimizing reliance on in-person voting is out with an extensive “how to” guide for state and local governments.
“We have the time, if we act now, to mitigate many of the legitimate concerns both elections officials and voters have, and protect the integrity of the 2020 election,” the National Vote at Home Institute said Thursday in unveiling its 11-page report.
It was finalized in a hurry as Congress, an array of state legislatures and the Democratic Party all intensified their interest in expanding voting from home and using the mail as the safest way to protect the electorate during the Covid-19 pandemic, which has made gathering in groups a significant health risk.
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