‘Track your ballot like a package’: How technology will smooth the way for November’s mail-in ballot surge
As numerous moods are rushing to implement brand-new systems to protect voters from COVID-1 9 show, they’re turning now to systems to help ensure people’s access to the ballot doesn’t get lost in the mail.
As part of a cord of voting laws signed by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam in mid-April, the territory became the 34 th in its own country whose citizens may elect by forward without having to prove that they couldn’t vote in person. Of the remaining 16 states that don’t grant that right, boss and election officials in 11 accepted objections during the course of its primaries on account of the pandemic–and if the coronavirus is still lingering in November, might be expected to continue those exceptions.
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