How will Americans vote in November?


Check out Kate Rabinowitz’s and Brittany Renee Mayes’s piece at The Washington Post to see the rules in your state.

Six states will be sending ballots to all voters. They are Washington, Oregon, California, Utah, Colorado, and Vermont. So is the District of Columbia.

Eight states will be sending applications to vote by mail to all registered voters. They are Hawaii, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Massachusetts, and Maryland.

Here is a taste of the piece titled, “At least 76% of American voters can cast ballots by mail in the fall”:

As of now, nearly 180 million Americans who are eligible to vote would be able to cast a ballot by mail. Of those, 22 million live in states that will accept fear of the coronavirus as an excuse to vote absentee, or have switched to become “no excuse” states.

Read the rest here.