Ohio seems to have handled the influx of mail ballots and other coronavirus challenges decently well in its 2020 primaries. Will the same hold true in November?
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Online voting is far from ready to be rolled out in U.S. elections. What can be done in the meantime?
In states with primary and runoff elections in August, the process went more smoothly than in earlier primary elections.
Minnesota has already made several changes to support voters amid the pandemic. But the state continues to face some significant challenges in the run-up to November.
Tackling disinformation requires humility, calm and attention to details as the threat evolves and becomes more complex: Tropes such as the “Russian playbook” are no longer helpful ahead of the November election.
The Senate Intelligence Committee argued that the president-elect may not claim executive privilege for advice received after the election and before the inauguration. A federal judge reached the opposite conclusion.
Iowa had record voter turnout in its June primary. Can it replicate this success in the general election?
Some states have successfully used ballot drop boxes for years, but the coronavirus pandemic has expanded the practice throughout the United States.