Editor’s Corner

Laura Sare


The coronavirus has disrupted one of the foundations of our democracy—voting. Several states delayed primaries during the shut-downs. Now states are expanding, or hindering, voting options so that citizens may vote safely during this pandemic. Pew Research polled registered voters and found that 63 percent were uncomfortable voting in person because of the coronavirus outbreak. Unfortunately how citizens can vote safely during this time is falling along partisan lines.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/dttp.v48i3.7415


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