“How to Hold Elections during a Pandemic”

Rachel Kleinfeld & Joshua Kleinfeld in the National Review:


We might beat COVID-19 by fall. But if we don’t, what happens to our November election? Two principles are paramount. The election must be held. And people who want to vote must be able to do so without fear of infection and without worsening the pandemic. To uphold those principles, we must expand no-excuse absentee voting and make drive-through voting possible now.

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