Supporting free, fair, and accessible elections is a basic duty of government, so let’s fulfill that duty by covering the costs of voting by mail
Voting by Mail Is Crucial for Democracy
Especially amid the pandemic, it’s the surest path to a more inclusive, more accurate and more secure election.
The pandemic has already altered how tens of millions of Americans can cast their ballots this year
This year, more than 168 million of the nation’s nearly 198 million registered voters are eligible to vote absentee in either midyear contests or the general election
What’s Super Popular? Voting by Mail
For all of Trump’s ranting about the supposed perils of voting by mail, the American people love the idea
Voting by Mail Could Be What States Need. But Can They Pull It Off?
Politics aside, many states will face daunting financial, logistical and personnel challenges to making mail balloting the norm.
CISA COVID working group releases FAQs on expanding absentee/VBM
Collaborative effort moved quickly to help elections officials during pandemic
How to Protect the 2020 Vote from the Coronavirus
The Brennan Center’s plan to ensure that the 2020 election is free, fair, accessible, and secure
The coronavirus’s threat to democracy itself
Will Congress act now to address this clear and present danger to our elections and our democracy?
Voting in the Time of Coronavirus
Could Donald Trump, who in the past has “joked” about staying in office past his term, use covid-19 to subvert the electoral process?
Voting in a time of national emergency
Now is the time to start preparing for COVID-19’s impact on the November 3, 2020 election.