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Voting, Coronavirus, and the Constitution: Explaining court cases and recent controversies surrounding elections during the pandemic, election law experts join host Jeffrey Rosen.

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Voting, Coronavirus, and the Constitution: Explaining court cases and recent controversies surrounding elections during the pandemic, election law experts join host Jeffrey Rosen.

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Länge: 54 min

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Coronavirus has presented difficulties in holding presidential primaries this spring and will continue to pose challenges for the general election. Some states have responded by implementing vote by mail (although those decisions have brought logistical challenges like those that Pennsylvania currently faces) while some that have not are facing lawsuits. The U.S. Supreme Court also recently issued a about voting in Wisconsin in April, the RNC. V. DNC case, which involved questions about counting absentee ballots amidst the risks that in-person voting might present. This episode explores those cases as well as the latest news surrounding how Americans will vote in the midst of the pandemic, and, broadly, what the Constitution requires.  
Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.
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