Voting In the Time of COVID-19: Can We Make It Work?
During a virtual event held on May 19th, experts discussed safe elections during COVID-19
The hurricane that is COVID-19 is blowing through the 2020 elections. Across the board, and the aisle, election officials, election scholars, and voting rights advocates are currently working and debating how to make November a success, rather than a catastrophe. Tune in for a discussion about how we can come together to both find and make real solutions to safe elections. The conversation includes:
Kristen Clarke, President, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Joshua Kleinfeld, Professor of Law, Northwestern University
Rachel Kleinfeld, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment
Charles Stewart, Professor at MIT and Director of the MIT Election Science Laboratory
Miles Rapoport, Harvard Kennedy School (Moderator)
This event is part of the Democracy and Justice During Pandemic virtual series.