“As Concerns About Voting Build, The Supreme Court Refuses To Step In”

Emmet Witkovsky-Eldred and Nina Totenberg for NPR:

Voting rights advocates are batting 0-4 at the U.S. Supreme Court so far this year. A record number of election-related lawsuits are piling up in courts around the country as concerns mount about the safety of voting in person because of the coronavirus and the availability and reliability of voting by mail. With a pandemic raging and uncertainty brewing, some fear the Supreme Court’s chilly attitude toward election lawsuits may add yet another obstacle to a free and fair election this November.

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