Slow Mail, Misinformation, And The Pandemic: What Could Go Wrong On Election Day 2020
Publisher |
NPR
Media Type |
audio
Publication Date |
Jul 31, 2020
Episode Duration |
00:12:13
Rosa Brooks, law professor at Georgetown University, recently helped organize an experiment to game out what might happen if the winner on election night isn't immediately clear. She explains what she found. And NPR's Sally Herships reports on cuts at the postal service — and concerns they're politically motivated. Garrett Graff wrote about how election day could go off the rails for Politico Magazine.Find and support your local public radio station.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.
Mail delays, barriers to voting, and the pandemic could form a perfect storm on election day. Misinformation from the White House will make it even worse.
Rosa Brooks, law professor at Georgetown University, recently helped organize an experiment to game out what might happen if the winner on election night isn't immediately clear. She explains what she found. And NPR's Sally Herships reports on cuts at the postal service — and concerns they're politically motivated. Garrett Graff wrote about how election day could go off the rails for Politico Magazine.Find and support your local public radio station.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

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