1. Most voters plan to cast early ballots in presidential race  NBC News
  2. Voting by Mail to Face Biggest Test Since Pandemic Started  The Wall Street Journal
  3. ‘It could have a chilling effect’: why Trump is ramping up attacks on mail-in voting  The Guardian
  4. Let’s Nationalize the Way We Run Elections  New York Magazine
  5. America pulled off an election during the Spanish flu, but not without paying a price  NBC News
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Six-in-10 registered voters plan to vote early in the November election, either by mail or in-person, according to a new TargetSmart/Dynata survey.A new survey by TargetSmart + Dynata found more Democrats and independents would take care of business before Election Day than Republicans.

%u2018It%20could%20have%20a%20chilling%20effect%u2019%3A%20why%20Trump%20is%20ramping%20up%20attacks%20on%20mail-in%20voting%20%7C%20US%20elections%202020%20%7C%20The%20GuardianTrump is sowing doubt about mail-in voting at a time when it may be the safest way for people to cast their ballots

‘It could have a chilling effect’: why Trump is ramping up attacks on mail-in voting | US elections 2020 | The Guardian

Among the main targets are requirements such as signing a ballot envelope, or getting a witness or notary to sign it. Small details matter a lot and could affect the outcome in November.Among the main targets are requirements such as signing a ballot envelope, or getting a witness or notary to sign it. Small details matter a lot and could affect the outcome in November.

Mail-In Voting Legal Fights Amid Pandemic Focus On Ballot Signatures : NPR

“Hey Baltimore! As we see repeatedly local elections are extremely important for protecting Black lives! And we have one tomorrow so please vote if you haven’t already. If you mail your ballot it must be postmarked by tomorrow! #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/HdAhjedMCm”

Dr./Prof. Sarah Hörst on Twitter: "Hey Baltimore! As we see repeatedly local elections are extremely important for protecting Black lives! And we have one tomorrow so please vote if you haven’t already. If you mail your ballot it must be postmarked by tomorrow! #BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/HdAhjedMCm"

“GA voters— Even if you voted early in the Presidential primary, you still can vote in the June 9 election (including for U.S. Senate!) Visit https://t.co/djabBCwbH1 to: 📍 Find early voting locations (available through Friday) 📩 Find a dropbox for absentee ballots”

Jon Ossoff on Twitter: "GA voters— Even if you voted early in the Presidential primary, you still can vote in the June 9 election (including for U.S. Senate!) Visit https://t.co/djabBCwbH1 to: 📍 Find early voting locations (available through Friday) 📩 Find a dropbox for absentee ballots"

“TOMORROW is Election Day! Ballots must be postmarked by June 2 or returned to a ballot drop box by 8:00 p.m. Now more than ever, it’s important to exercise our fundamental right to vote & make our voices heard. Ballot drop boxes are available in each of the 5 counties in #MD05.”

Steny Hoyer on Twitter: "TOMORROW is Election Day! Ballots must be postmarked by June 2 or returned to a ballot drop box by 8:00 p.m. Now more than ever, it’s important to exercise our fundamental right to vote & make our voices heard. Ballot drop boxes are available in each of the 5 counties in #MD05."

“Good morning! One day before Pennsylvania primary, have all voters who have requested mail-in ballots received them? If not, will you vote in person? If you get your ballot today, your best bet is to hand deliver it to your county elections department before 8 pm Tuesday. @KDKA”

Jon Delano KDKA on Twitter: "Good morning! One day before Pennsylvania primary, have all voters who have requested mail-in ballots received them? If not, will you vote in person? If you get your ballot today, your best bet is to hand deliver it to your county elections department before 8 pm Tuesday. @KDKA… https://t.co/OcFUEzgG3U"

Nearly 18 times as many Pennsylvanians have requested mail ballots this year as in the 2016 primary, fueled by both a change in election law that allows anyone to vote by mail and a pandemic that makes it riskier to vote in person.Nearly 18 times as many Pennsylvanians have requested mail ballots this year as in the 2016 primary, fueled by both a change in election law that allows anyone to vote by mail and a pandemic that makes it riskier to vote in person.

Older voters and registered Democrats in Pennsylvania are requesting mail ballots at higher rates for Tuesday primary

The governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general have all previously used the option.The governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general have all previously used the option.

Top Texas GOP officials pushing to block expansion of mail-in voting have history of voting by mail | Salon.com

Mobile could join Birmingham and Huntsville on Tuesday by endorsing a resolution in support of no-excuse absentee balloting during the coronavirus pandemic. But a change would require legislative action, and the Legislature isn't expected to meet again until 2021.

Alabama’s largest cities pressure lawmakers on ‘no-excuse’ absentee voting - al.com

Legal experts are wary of an "almost unintelligible" law that could muddle the election outcome. It's unlikely, but 2020 is a year of historic worsts.Legal experts are wary of an "almost unintelligible" law that could muddle the election outcome. It's unlikely, but 2020 is a year of historic worsts.

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The polls will be open on June 2, but Iowans will see extra safety measures and reduced polling places.The polls will be open on June 2, but Iowans will see extra safety measures and reduced polling places.

What to know about voting in Iowa's Tuesday primary during coronavirus

To explain President Trump’s baseless crusade against vote-by-mail, Attorney General Bill Barr floated an unsubstantiated theory that foreign governments could…Barr Floats Wild-Eyed Claim That Foreign Actors Could Counterfeit Vote By Mail Ballots

Barr Floats Wild-Eyed Claim That Foreign Actors Could Counterfeit Vote By Mail Ballots | Talking Points Memo

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Boosting voter turnout could restore trust in elections and make our democracy more representative.Boosting voter turnout could restore trust in elections and make our democracy more representative.

These Countries Make Voting Mandatory. Could It Work In The United States? | HuffPost Canada

Tuesday will mark the end of a monthslong sprint by Pennsylvania officials to disease-proof the 2020 primary election in the face of COVID-19, and finally...

State election officials see finish line in focus for primary | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

An unprecedented number of mail-in votes, coronavirus concerns and new voting systems will make Tuesday's primary unlike any that's come before.

Whether you’re voting by mail or in person, here’s what you need to know for Tuesday’s primary election - pennlive.com

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — While Franklin County already has received more than 10,000 applications for absentee and mail‐in ballots, some residents prefer voting in person for the primary.CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — While Franklin County already has received more than 10,000 applications for absentee and mail‐in ballots, some residents prefer voting in person for the primary.

Voting in person? Here are a few tips from the Franklin County Election Board | Instant | heraldmailmedia.com

Susquehanna Valley polling sites, by county, for Tuesday’s Primary Election, according to county elections offices. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.Several polling stations have been changedSusquehanna Valley polling sites, by county, for Tuesday’s Primary Election, according to county elections offices. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.Several polling stations have been changed

Tuesday's primary election polling stations | News | dailyitem.com

Primary Election Day is tomorrow. Polls will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. local time. The election was delayed by 30 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and a number of other adjustments have…

Contested County Races on Tomorrow’s Primary Ballot – WKVI Information Center

Tuesday marks the 2020 primary election in Pennsylvania. Many normal aspects of this election have already changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Tuesday marks the 2020 primary election in Pennsylvania. Many normal aspects of this election have already changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

PA Primary: What you need to know before Tuesday’s election

A constitutional law professor is sounding the alarm about an obscure provision in the election law that creates ambiguity that could cause confusion if the election is close in November. RollCall cited Edward Foley, director of Ohio State University’s election law program, cautioning that a 133-year-old law that has never been used to settle a […]

Election could be muddled by ‘almost unintelligible’ election law: constitutional law professor – Raw Story

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Tuesday's primaries in eight states are the biggest test to date of campaigning during the coronavirus era, a way for parties to test-drive new ways of getting out the vote... HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Tuesday's primaries in eight states are the biggest test to date of campaigning during the coronavirus era, a way for parties to test-drive new ways of getting out the vote...