Political Science Professor Looks at How the Coronavirus Pandemic Will Effect State & Presidential Elections

 

With nearly 20 states delaying primary elections, mail-in ballots a widely debated topic and a presidential election on the horizon, the country’s political landscape has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Assistant Political Science Professor Ryan Williamson comments on several election-related items, including the challenges that mail-in ballots pose and how COVID-19 is causing a shorter, more virtual campaign season.

Courtesy: Auburn University

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