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Vote-by-Mail Can Save the 2020 Election

It’s a time-tested and straightforward solution, and the time to plan for it is now.

Is the U.S. Headed Toward a Short British-Style Election?

Party conventions are in jeopardy, campaigning is on hold and local candidates are playing the role of good Samaritan instead of traditional politician.

Election Officials Plan Mail-Only Primary Election, No In-Person Voting Amid Coronavirus Fears

Election officials plan mail-only primary election, no in-person voting amid coronavirus fears,” by Riley Snyder and Jackie Valley: “Nevada election officials are planning to effectively cancel in-person voting and move the state’s primary election on June 9 to mail ballots only in the wake of the coronavirus crisis gripping the nation, two knowledgeable sources confirmed

Florida Just Set a New Record with 5 Million Registered Democratic Voters

As of Jan. 31, Democrats had 5.04 million registered voters in the state, compared to 4.79 million registered Republicans, according to Florida’s Department of State. An additional 3.78 million voters are registered with minor parties or have no party affiliation.

The Hill: Where the 2020 Democrats Stand in Super Tuesday Polls

Centrist candidates are increasingly warning of the dangers they say a Sanders nomination can pose to the party and its chances in November, and some are looking to Tuesday’s primaries as the best chance to boost their flagging campaigns.

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