Voting Rights in the Era of COVID-19
AbstractThe year 2020 has brought to the United States the coincidence of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and a presidential election year. It appears likely that concerns regarding medically vulnerable individuals may extend for months into the future, to Election Day in November or even beyond. In any event, it seems inevitable that issues regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and its management will be a central part of voter concerns and discussion this year.
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