COVID-19 Impacts on Election Law & Policy
COVID-19 may fundamentally alter the way Americans vote. The Supreme Court’s decision in the Wisconsin primary is anticipated to spur future litigation. Petition gatherers are struggling to collect the requisite signatures due to social distancing guidelines. Primary elections are being postponed or cancelled. And vote from home systems are being explored by many states, but questions remain on voter fraud and system integrity.
As chief legal officers, Attorneys General are leading the discussion on how to best strengthen and protect our democracy. The Attorney General Alliance is pleased to invite you to hear directly from a bipartisan group of Attorneys General and to learn from a distinguished group of panelists on an issue affecting millions of Americans.
Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science,
University of California, Irvine School of Law
Chief Executive Officer,
National Vote at Home Institute
Director of Voting Rights & Elections,
Brennan Center for Justice
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