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Teaching Research on voting by mail says it's safe — from fraud and disease

Research on voting by mail says it's safe — from fraud and disease

Americans around the country have voted in primaries and local elections since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Many have voted by mail, while some have voted in person. As the nation prepares for the national election in November, more and more people are talking about the possibility the election will happen almost entirely by mail.

Edie Goldenberg, Professor of Public Policy; Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
The Conversation


What are the challenges and benefits of voting by mail?


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