Supreme Court Thus Far İs Skeptical Of Covid-19 Efforts To Expand Ballot Access - Cnnpolitics

Supreme Court Thus Far İs Skeptical Of Covid-19 Efforts To Expand Ballot Access - Cnnpolitics

Supreme Court thus far is skeptical of pandemic-related efforts to expand ballot access

Voting rights experts believe that as the stakes rise and the election approaches, sooner or later the court is going to have to say more about health risks and voting

8/1/2020 2:21:00 AM

Voting rights experts believe that as the stakes rise and the election approaches, sooner or later the court is going to have to say more about health risks and voting

President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama spoke loud and clear Thursday about voting rights, highlighting their polar positions on an issue that has only become more fraught with the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Despite virus threat, Black voters wary of voting by mailDETROIT (AP) — Despite fears that the coronavirus pandemic will worsen, Victor Gibson said he's not planning to take advantage of Michigan’s expanded vote-by-mail system when he casts his ballot... We don’t deserve them. So glad they stay (and vote). could it be that they are being targeted by disinformation on social media As we all should be... at least the ones that don't want the Democrats to try and steal yet another election.

Despite virus threat, Black voters wary of voting by mailDETROIT (AP) — Despite fears that the coronavirus pandemic will worsen, Victor Gibson said he's not planning to take advantage of Michigan’s expanded vote-by-mail system when he casts his ballot... If Disney world is open, we can go vote in person Just vote.. if not many will die... please That’s patriotic of them.

Obama eulogizes the late civil rights icon John Lewis, calls for expanded ballot accessFormer President Barack Obama delivered a eulogy for the late congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, calling for automatic voter registration, an Election Day national holiday and expanded ballot access. Was it a eulogy or was it a campaign speech? polarizing a funeral nice work obama That’s what you call a eulogy

Dozens of New York City Bars Cited for Violating Coronavirus RestrictionsNew York City bars and restaurants continued to rack up violations for failing to comply with pandemic-related regulations, while New Jersey was facing pockets of viral outbreaks among young people. Cuomo and De Blasio are national embarrassments. Can't speak about Murphy. Antifa riots and burns, destroys city blocks. A few get arrested, but are released by liberal judges in hours. But a business owner gets screwed over for providing a service and trying to make a living. Just who is the City's constituent? Let's face it, we can't control what other people do, where and how they do it. At point we have to let nature take its course, soon enough all this will be over

Poll: More Than Half Of Young People Lack Resources To Vote By MailA new poll finds more than half of voters under 35 say they don't have the resources or knowledge they need to vote by mail in November. 'The problem is we've never voted in a pandemic before, and some of these young people have never even voted before.' Some have never licked a stamp and wouldn't know how to buy them. The soft bigotry of low expectations If you can go to the grocery store, a restaurant, or a mass protest, you can go vote.

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