What Questions Do You Have About Voting In The 2020 Election?

Sep 12, 2020
Originally published on September 12, 2020 12:45 pm

Voting in the 2020 election will look a lot different from participating in previous elections.

More people than ever before are set to vote by mail because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and laws around mail voting are different in each state.

Election officials are also pushing for younger people to volunteer as poll workers for the polling locations that will be open.

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