Franita & Foley Podcast Episode: “Flattening the absentee ballot curve, and other solutions to prevent an election meltdown”

I was glad to be a guest on the Free & Fair podcast. Episode description:

With the American electoral system under unprecedented stress, an expert committee led by legal scholar Richard L. Hasen (UCI Law and author of Election Meltdown) has put forth a report of urgent recommendations in law, media, politics and technology to safeguard a free and fair November election. In this episode, Hasen joins our hosts Ned Foley (OSU Moritz College of Law) and Franita Tolson (USC Gould School of Law) to discuss the 14 recommended solutions, including his apt suggestion that voters “flatten the absentee ballot curve” by spreading their ballot applications over a longer period of time.


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