William & Mary Law School’s State of Election Blog: Masks in Mississippi

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Over at the State of Elections blog, on which William & Mary Law students cover state election law topics, Catrina Curtis ’22 writes about Mississippi mask requirements at polling places. It opens, “Mississippi finds itself in an odd position going into this important Election Day amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: it is the only state to have allowed its statewide mask mandate to expire and the only state that is not offering early or mail-in voting for all of its citizens.” The full post (and many others) available here.


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