EXPERTS ARE WARNING CORONAVIRUS PUTS THE INTEGRITY OF THE 2020 ELECTION AT RISK

As states scramble to delay their spring primaries, election professionals and voting experts are anxiously looking ahead to November and warning that the coronavirus pandemic is already threatening the safety and integrity of the next presidential election.

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