As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, how it impacts our ability to vote remains uncertain.
Pew Research Center
said two-thirds of Americans believe it is “very or somewhat likely that the coronavirus outbreak will significantly disrupt people’s ability to vote in the presidential election.” In many ways, as primaries have continued or been delayed in some states, it already has.
Expert opinions vary on when the current pandemic will end, and,
, this makes it difficult for policymakers and citizens to make decisions about the future as Election Day on November 3 approaches. With that uncertainty in mind, here is a look at some of the different ways voting could play out.
Voting in person
The primaries that have occurred during this uncertain time give us a look at some of the issues that could arise. Several primary elections have been
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